Innovation Surgery: Product Development
  • Pool Innovation Centre, Trevenson Road, Redruth, Cornwall TR15 3PL

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Learning about developing a Minimum Viable Product and refining prototypes into workable solutions.
Join Mark Harris as he takes you through the journey of product development from proof of concept through to prototyping.
  • Learn innovation techniques to experiment with and develop a Minimum Viable Product using the five steps to building an MVP through story mapping.
  • Use human-centred design to refine initial ideas into a solid proof of concept by understanding the needs, benefits and interactions of the end-user.
  • Storyboard, test, review and discuss your prototypes with a focus on the importance of modification, iteration and feedback to the continuing development process.
  • Understand how to evaluate your solutions based on the end-user and business needs.
The workshop will include a complimentary lunch.
This fully-funded workshop is open to businesses across Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly. Visit the Eventbrite webpage for further information and to register a place.
Funded by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF), ATI2 is three-year £3.4 million project led by the University of Plymouth with support from Cornwall Council. ATI2 supports SMEs across Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly who are seeking to commercialise new opportunities which can lead to increased growth, productivity and sustainable change.
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