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Session Brief: What’s your value proposition? How do you add value to consumers’ lives? Value Proposition Design is the new hit framework for innovating products and services that people actually want because they are useful in helping them achieve what they want to achieve. There’s no theory in Value Proposition Design, its pure
Session Brief: Success of any Start-up is highly dependent on its Product strategy & how they execute it. B-Nest is organizing an interactive session with Mr. Parth Tiwari, Technical Program Manager from Facebook who would shed light upon the strategy start-ups should adopt for its product & the tools &
Session Brief: In the current scenario where more & more start-ups are actively building up their enterprise around their applications & websites, a lapse in cyber security protocol could pose a great threat that will hamper the operations of the start-ups. Threats of cyber security cannot be overlooked if the
Arguably Strategy remains the highly (ab)used word in business language today. Therefore some term it unnecessary and focus on execution. Others still talk about strategy as the guarantee of success only if you get it right. What is it? Is it relevant to highly uncertain and often resource constrained environment
Session Brief: An idea is a seed that needs a strong & competent leader to nurture it. Dr. Ankush Sharma will be taking this session on leadership lessons for start-ups & budding entrepreneurs to impart his experience on what role does effective leadership play in the success of a venture.
CA Nandan Narula will look to impart his experience as a seasoned professional to the start-ups in order to ramp up their basic understanding of Financials, Accounting & Taxation norms for Start-ups in India. This session will focus upon the key issues related to funding, financial jargons, basics of law
Start-up Saturday in collaboration with Headstart Date: 16-Feb-19 Time: 5 P.M.-8 P.M. Venue: B-Nest Incubation Center Session Brief: Everyone has an idea, but are ideas really worth anything? They may or may not be. The difference is made when they are validated. So how do you go about validating it?