Peter Simon, World Expert in Market Validation to visit New Zealand in February 2016
WNT Ventures are delighted to announce we are bringing Mr Peter Simon to New Zealand in February 2016 in conjunction with Callaghan Innovation.
Peter is recognised as a world expert in Market Validation, his services are utilised by many successful Entrepreneurs including renowned market validation specialist and author Dr Rob Adams from the University of Austin, Texas. Peter’s company, Simon Management conducts primary external research and collection of third party information for use in product and market assessments, development of business strategies and assistance in acquisition and divestiture of companies.
WNT Ventures have secured hosts for Peter’s Master Class sessions in Tauranga, Hamilton and Auckland (links below).
These two - three hour sessions will cover the value of market-orientated portfolio company culture, use and impact of market initiatives, how validation supports company operations and strategic decision-making, how to get most value from market validation, General Q&A and a whole lot more.
These classes are intended to provide a how-to application of the theory taught by Dr Rob Adams during his earlier visits to New Zealand.
Further information can be found via the booking links below so if you are interested in Market Validation as part of your due diligence process, ensure you book your session now to avoid disappointment.
Tuesday 2 February 2016 – Venture Centre; Morning Session, Basestation, 148 Durham Street, Tauranga
Tuesday 2 February 2016 – Enterprise Angels; Afternoon Session, Location TBC, Tauranga
Wednesday 3 February 2016 – WNT Ventures; Morning Session, Basestation, 148 Durham Street, Tauranga
(further details to follow)
Wednesday 3 February 2016 – KiwiNet; Afternoon Session, University of Waikato Innovation Station, Hamilton
Thursday 4 February 2016 – Now Grow; Morning Session “Founders”, The University of Auckland Business School, Auckland CBD
Thursday 4 February 2016 – Now Grow; Afternoon Session “Investors”, KPMG Offices, Auckland CBD
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