20th June 13:00 - 15:30 CET 30 Slots (first come, first served) Zoom | English | Free of charge
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Are you curious about the world of entrepreneurship, but not sure where to start? You are not alone. In the last year, we ran several sessions with PhDs and Postdocs across the Helmholtz Association and created a mini workshop tailored to the capabilities and curiosities of scientists, who are intrigued by the thought of founding their own thing.
PhDs and Postdocs across the Helmholtz Association, as well as supporting actors in Helmholtz transfer and talent management offices
In this session, we will debunk common start-up jargon like MVPs or KPIs, shed light on potential alleys from academia into founding your own or joining a promising venture and provide you with a hands-on introduction to two of the most useful tools to pave a successful start: assumptions mapping and job-to-be-done.
Klara Lindner (Entrepreneur, Service Designer, Start-up Mentor)