Mix N’ Mentor Amman Brings The Lean Startup Workshop, by Tech Pioneer Calvin Chin

by wamda, May 15, 2013

Alongside Wamda’s Mix N’ Mentor Amman on May 24th, serial entrepreneur Calvin Chin will lead a Lean Startup Workshop for the event’s attendees at Mirage, in Kan Zaman Village. The event is free for those who register for MnM Amman.

The Lean Startup is a specific business approach coined by Eric Ries, which uses a flexible, agile structure that encourages frequent iteration, based on customer interviews and feedback.

Chin will dive into how to adopt this approach for your startup, at any stage in your development, to focus on customer development and create a product that people actually want to buy.

Join the workshop to learn more about how to listen to customers, how to scale through validated learning, and to hear common mistakes that other entrepreneurs make along the way.

About Calvin Chin

Calvin is Founder and CEO of Transist Impact Labs, an incubator and investor in impact-driven tech startups in China.

Calvin was previously founder and CEO of Qifang, China's first online student loan service and the first Chinese company recognized by the WEF as a Technology Pioneer. Calvin is a member of the Aspen Institute's inaugural China Fellowship Program, a World Economic Forum Young Global Leader and served on the WEF Global Agenda Council on Social Innovation. He was named one of Fast Company magazine's 100 Most Creative People In Business for 2011, was named 2009 Chinese Business Leader of the Year by Horasis and Baker & McKenzie, and is a Social Innovation Park Fellow. He has an MBA from TRIUM (NYU, LSE, HEC Paris), a B.A. from Yale University and has also studied social entrepreneurship, global leadership and other management and policy subjects at Harvard University and INSEAD.

To find out more about Mix N’ Mentor Amman or to register click here.

DATE: 24-24 May 2013
TIME: 02:00 pm
VENUE: Mirage, Kan Zaman, Jordan
 
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