National Science Foundation Funds Lean LaunchPad: FREE to startups on the West Coast

Steve Blank has partnered with the National Science Foundation to provide Lean Startup training for FREE to startups who qualify. The program at UC Berkeley is currently accepting applications for the cohort that starts in early June. 

Learn more about the program here:

Join us for a fireside chat and info session with Steve Blank and Andre Marquis to learn about Innovation Corps and the Lean Launchpad Methodology.  And hear how your startup can join this new free mentorshiop program.  Register:

Apply to join this first open and free Summer 2014 session.

This program is generously funded by the National Science Foundation


About the program:

I-Corps (Innovation Corps) training is focused on helping early-stage teams who have a fundamental technology, engineering, and business model innovation to learn how find a scalable business model through the Customer Discovery process.

This program is based on the Lean Launchpad methodology pioneered by UC Berkeley and Stanford Faculty member Steve Blank.

Each team interviews 100 customers and experts as they search for a scalable business model. The curriculum provides real world, hands-on, immersive learning experience.

Over 300 teams have already completed the course working through ideas from nanoparticle films and horse probiotics to gamification apps and software for diabetics.

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