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Existing processes, values and regulations slow down large organisations, often killing the speed required to successfully build and test products. This results in expensive projects, blow-outs in time and resources, and products or services no-one really wants. Large companies such as GE cut their cost of marketing validation for new ideas by 80% using rapid prototyping methods.
We are able to quickly build simple prototypes based on new ideas, and put them in front of real customers for real market validation and feedback in a matter of weeks, and sometimes, days. Using lean and agile methods, we're capable of testing numerous variables, resulting in a solution that is safe to proceed with.
Innovation is all about embracing the unknown, experimenting and learning from smart failures. If you don’t embrace the unknown then you will only ever take safe bets and reap small rewards. In today’s fast moving environment organisations can’t afford not to think like and move like entrepreneurs.
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We engaged Collective Campus to help us test market appetite for a new concept before investing time and money building out and executing on a business case. CC’s team moved at lightning startup pace, rapidly prototyping countless ads and prototypes on an almost daily basis which served to give our team key insights around validity of the problem, solution, features and underlying business model underpinning our idea. CC’s team learned from real-time analytics and made changes accordingly in order to help us maximise learnings and get closer to identifying what the market wants. At the culmination of the engagement, CC provided our team with a number of recommendations based on these insights.
"The Lean Startup Short Course at Collective Campus equips you with the fundamentals required to take your startup idea to an MVP and validate it. Interactive classroom sessions, hands-on exercises and guest speakers who talked about their startup journeys were the highlights of the course for me."
"Steve is extremely knowledgeable around innovation theory and start up methodologies and provides great commercial perspectives on disruptive innovators. Definitely worth a listen for any company not currently disrupting themselves"
The workshops I’ve taken at Collective Campus were highly relevant to my career, pitched at the right level and delivered to perfection. CC provides a productive environment for high-quality, tailored training from a comprehensive list of contributors.