Founders' Guide to Learning and Startup Growth, Part I
Learning is a huge part of the startup journey. But how can you structure your learning process to fuel growth?
Founded for founders, by founders, Iterative is hosting an event to share best practices and common mistakes when it comes to generating insights and talking to users. Join Hsu Ken, Managing Partner of Iterative, to redefine how you approach learning and user engagement, including:
🔍 Problem vs Solution: Why you should be talking to users about their problems, not what you’re building.
🚫 Common Mistakes: What do most people get wrong and how you can avoid them.
💡 Learnings Not Created Equally: Not all learnings are equally important. Learn how to optimise for learning the highest value things first.
This is Part I of Iterative's Insights to Impact series. The series will reveal Iterative's tried-and-tested formula that propels founders towards 5-7% weekly growth rate.
Attendees will receive a reference guide after the event and the opportunity to fast-track their Summer 2023 batch application if they are interested in applying.
For the first 40 minutes, Hsu Ken will talk about how to level up your user interviews. The remaining 20 minutes will be Q&A where Hsu Ken will field questions from the audience.
Hsu Ken Ooi is a Managing Partner at Iterative. He was previously the Chief Product Officer of Workmate, an on-demand blue-collar staffing platform in Southeast Asia. In 2014, he was VP of Product at Weave (YCS14). In 2009, he started Decide.com an early machine-learning company that predicted the future price of consumer goods. It was acquired by eBay in 2013.
Iterative was founded for founders, by founders. Iterative's mission is to increase the GDP of Southeast Asia through entrepreneurship. To do that, we need to (1) make entrepreneurship more accessible to more people and (2) give founders the tools and support to be successful. As part of this mission, we run events like this to help founders solve their biggest problems.
Since Iterative started in March 2020, we have raised $163M across two funds, invested in 65+ companies, 120+ founders and the total value of Iterative companies is now worth $1.2 billion.
Iterative is now accepting applications for our Summer 2023 batch program. No fees, an upfront investment of USD $150,000 or $500,000, and 3 months of targeted support from experts and visiting partners. Learn more here.
Share the Event
If you know other people who would benefit from attending this livestream, we’d appreciate it if you shared the event link with them as well. Event link: https://lu.ma/IterativeInsightstoImpact