THE SPEAKERS

This is your opportunity to learn the best practices, procedures, and tools from a Startup Founder who has built 3 successful businesses.

Jedidiah Weller

Jedidiah Weller (Jedi) is an accomplished entrepreneur who focuses on empowering the intersection between business and technology. He is currently CEO at OpenForge and the founder of Startup Wars, as well as the organizer of the Startup Junto, Ionic, and Angular Meetups in Philadelphia.

He has been a speaker and mentor at Startup events across the world, including the Thailand Startup Summit,  San Francisco’s Developer Week, Austin’s SXSW, The Web Summit, and more.  On a day to day basis Jedi can be found playing strategy games, hiking mountains, and performing Jedi mind-tricks to masses.

THE AGENDA

A workshop jam-packed with valuable knowledge and exercises.

Understanding Entrepreneurship 

MVP Breakdown, LEAN Canvas

Building Your MVP

Prioritize Goals, Feature Pyramid

Startup Tips

Tools, Tips, Common Features, and more

Q&A with Speakers

A Q&A session to answer your biggest questions

Reserve Your Spot For Startup Wars MVP Workshop

Register below to reserve your free invitation to the Rapid Prototyping Workshop.
This is a fully online and hands-on workshop that includes interactive learning exercises.

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Breakdown Complex Problems

This workshop will give you the step-by-step process on how to take any complex problem and turn it into a profitable business.

Increase Speed to Market

With our approach, we’ll teach you how to manage your startup the right way, and give you the advantage to enter the market faster than your competitors.

Rapid Digital Prototyping is the process of creating a visual representation of your digital product that you can continuously iterate.

Create Rapid Digital Prototypes

Jared Bradshaw

Jared Bradshaw is the Marketing Coordinator for OpenForge. He helps set a strong foundation to build brands and execute digital marketing campaigns.

As an alumni as the non-profit Hopeworks Camden, he has experience working collaborating with high profile agencies and angel investors.

Is this a virtual event?

Yes! This will be a completely online workshop that you can attend with just a computer and internet access. Even though this event is fully virtual, it will be full of interactive exercises to ensure you leave with a skillset to use what you learn.

Who is this Workshop for?

This workshop is for any student or aspiring entrepreneur who wants to create a digital product business. The processes and methods you will learn will be based upon the software industry, so this workshop is best suited for building digital businesses.

This is a FREE workshop being offered exclusively to C-E-O members. When you reserve your spot, you will shortly receive an email with details on how to access the webinar on March 28.

How much is the Workshop?

The workshop will take place on March 28, 2022. The workshop will start at 1 PM and will conclude at 3 PM. Since this is a virtual event, you will be allowed to join and leave at whatever time you choose to.

When does the Workshop start?

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Use What You Learn

  • Have a clear framework on how to turn an idea into an actionable business
  • Accelerate your business with SaaS Technologies
  • Build a cross-functional team that can accomplish any goal
  • Take charge of your business and your income
  • Learn how to break down any problem into a Market Opportunity
  • Understand how Entrepreneurs build processes and systems that generate millions in revenue
  • Learn how to create Rapid Digital Prototypes to bring your product to market fast
  • Establish team processes for communication and efficiency

Attend The Workshop

How To Launch a Business

The MVP Workshop

RESERVE MY SPOT

The blueprint to turn any idea into a marketable business.

March 28 | 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM

You Will Learn How To...

Rachel Bennett

As Lead Designer, Rachel oversees all design projects and communicates directly with our clients for all design related needs. Whether she is designing, strategizing, or conceptualizing, she approaches each problem with an equal measure of discipline
and curiosity.

When she’s not solving UX problems, she likes to spend her time drawing, running, and taking pictures of her cats.