Join us for The Startup Super Summit, the first event of its kind to take place during Global Entrepreneurship Week, featuring Virtual Keynote Addresses, Workshops, Fireside Chats and other Startup related events. Day 5: Re-Designing How You do Business: Covid-19 Edition.
About this event
THE STARTUP SUPER SUMMIT
Limited attendance, please secure your registration to receive the virtual event link.
What: The Startup Super Summit
Where: Virtual (link will be emailed)
When: Monday, November 16th to Friday November 20th
The COVID-19 pandemic has radically impacted our lives and how we do business. Design Thinking is a strategic problem-solving approach which offers guidance on identifying the needs of potential clients/customers and uncovering the right problem for your team to tackle. It also provides a reliable pathway to discover the best solutions. In this interactive workshop we will step through an abbreviated design thinking process, and support you in understanding how it can help you and your organization rethink the products, services, and the complex challenges your business face in doing business during these uncertain times.
At the conclusion of this workshop you will know how to:
•Describe the benefits of Design Thinking
•Apply simple, actionable tools and processes for each phase of the design process that you can implement immediately
•Use design thinking for innovative outcomes
•Integrate design thinking into your business, your work with audience, and work within an organization
The Startup Super Summit is taking place from November 16th to the 20th and features high caliber programming such as Virtual Keynote Addresses, Workshops, Fireside Chats and other entrepreneurship related sessions.
The theme of this year is RESILIENCE and all of our official Global Entrepreneurship Week complimentary sessions aim to assist entrepreneurs in building a better future for us all.
Join us as we empower entrepreneurs throughout the world seeking to transcend the concerns and challenges brought about by the current global public health crisis.