Solution Generation: What are innovative ways to generate solutions to address customer problems?

Thursday, October 5, 2017 | 6:30-8:30PM Add to Calendar

During this hand’s-on FREE workshop, we’ll identify the KEY QUESTION that will unlock your ability to innovatively solve your customers’ main problem, discuss why your customers are looking for 10x benefits over their current solutions, understand how to design solutions to problems people experience along with the associated negative emotions, develop 30 unique solutions to address real customer problems in 20 minutes, and learn how to distill creative solutions into one of 4 competitive advantages.

If you’re stuck in a rut of developing me-too products or don’t know how to clearly describe your product’s competitive difference, this meetup will teach you how to easily identify radically innovative solutions to address the negative emotions that your customers are feeling about a problem they want urgently solved.

Topic: Solution Generation
Essential question: What is the best way to generate solutions that alleviate negative emotions customers feel about a problem?
Objectives: Explore founders creative potential and generate solution ideas that match customer needs.
Audience: early stage startup team members (pre-funding through seed stage), inexperienced entrepreneurs, curious enterprise executives and employees, university students interested in learning lean methods.

FOOD and DRINKS will be provided!

6:30-7:00PM: Networking & Food
7:00-8:00PM: Workshop
8:00-8:30PM: More Networking

Meetup date/time: Thursday, October 5th at 6:30PM
Location: Houston Technology Center, 410 Pierce, Houston, Texas 77002
Directions and Parking: FREE street parking after 6:00PM (see map)

This meetup is part 5 of the 2017 Houston Lean Startup series: Understanding the problems that your customers want to PAY YOU TO SOLVE and how to more EASILY REACH THEM.

For more information and registration, visit: https://houtx.co/LeanStartupHOU_201710_TMC_SolutionGeneration


Houston Technology Center

410 Pierce St, Houston, TX


Stephen White