JCU Business Bites – August 2021 – SOLD OUT

Presented by Eloise Newbury
Date

August 24, 2021

Time

12:00p.m.

Location

Queensland Country Bank Stadium

$50 ($50.00 non-members)

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Join us at the Queensland Country Bank Stadium for an interactive workshop with Eloise Newbury.
Design Thinking and Lean Startup are approaches often used to help organisations Innovate. Design thinking (taught by Stanford University’s d. School) particularly focuses on the approach to solve a problem whereas Lean Startup focuses on to develop and testing your solution.
During this 90-min workshop, we will explore the Lean Startup Methodology and how to quickly validate a business idea to take your new concept or campaign to market. Don’t miss out!

Lunch will be included so please don’t forget to supply dietary requirements in order notes.

FREE for members* and $50 for non members

*Please remember to renew your membership if you haven’t already.

Key Takeaways

  • 90-minute Interactive Workshop
  • Networking.
  • Provides you with the confidence to de-risk your product or concept before it goes to market.

About Eloise Newbury

Eloise Newbury She/her/hers Customer Engagement and Innovation Specialised Industries and Commercial Risk Eloise works extensively with Social Impact Sector clients at CommBank, helping to strengthen their Innovation capability and find solutions to important challenges they face with stakeholders, customers and donors. With a background in Design Thinking, Customer Centricity and User Experience Design she creates an environment which promotes mutual learning by coaching organisations on new initiatives and approaches being used across a wide array of industries. By helping organisations understand their own stakeholders more deeply, she is able to find moments that matter and reduce friction points leading to new insights and opportunities. She is passionate about igniting people’s interest in Innovation methods and as an experienced and engaging facilitator can lead purposeful dialogue and collaboration amongst Board members, frontline staff and other participants.


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