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Sketchnotes: #ENT101 Entrepreneurial Management–Jon E. Worren

This talk is part of the free MaRS Entrepreneurship 101 series (webcast and in-person session every Wednesday).

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Sketchnotes: Startup Communities and Entrepreneurial Ecosystems

This is from Brad Feld‘s talk last night on Startup Communities and Entrepreneurial Ecosystems at the Toronto Reference Library.

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Startup Communities and Entrepreneurial Ecosystems – Brad Feld

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I received a free ticket to attend the event. Thanks to Brad Feld, David Crow, William Mougayar, and the sponsors!

Sketchnotes: Angel Hack Toronto pitches!

Sketchnotes from today’s pitch afternoon – 62 2-minute pitches from the different teams in Angel Hack Toronto. Lots of great stuff! Feel free to share these visual summaries under the Creative Commons Attribution License.

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See the AngelHack Toronto presentation list for links to short descriptions.

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Visual book review: Running Lean–Ash Maurya

If you’re starting a technology business – or other kinds of businesses – you’ll find many tips in Ash Maurya’s book, Running Lean. In particular, he provides step-by-step guides for conducting problem interviews, solution interviews, and MVP interviews, all great ways to validating your business assumptions and make sure you’re on the right track.

Here’s a sketchnote that summarizes the key points from the book. Click on the image to see a larger version.

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The business model canvas in Running Lean is released under the Creative Commons Sharealike Licence, so this image is as well. Enjoy!

Running Lean: Iterate from Plan A to a Plan That Works, Second Edition (O’Reilly). (affiliate link) Copyright 2012 Ash Maurya, 978-1-449-30517-8. Recommended for startup founders and early employees.

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