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For this week’s lineup of enthralling events, startup founders will have the opportunity to learn how to utilise data to establish an effective product-market fit along with a range of other critical startup-related topics.
Finding Product-Market Fit For Your Startup
Startup Grind George is hosting an event led by Jaz Broughton, Community Manager at Mixpanel, and Xinlin Tan, Solutions Consultant at Mixpanel, where attendees will learn how to find your company’s product-market fit using data. Establishing product-market fit is essential to any and all businesses and is a driving force to secure possible investments and funding into the enterprise.
The event will cover the following:
– How to effectively find product-market fit
– How to measure product-market fit and the key metrics to look at
– Live session on Mixpanel: How to gather insights from various engagement and retention metrics to drive product-market fit
Paystack Presents: Honest conversations on the challenges of building a startup
Although only hosted within the first week of October we believe that this event is essential to every and all startups. Hosted by Paystack in collaboration with Startup Grind, the event will focus on discussing challenges faced when creating a startup and how entrepreneurs can navigate these challenges. The panel is made up of various speakers from a range of successful African startups including; Aisha Pandoor of Sweep South, Tinashe Ruzane of FlexClub and more.
The discussion will unpack tangible solutions each startup founder faces in fundraising, hiring talent, international expansion, customer support, partnerships, and much more.
Date: October 7 2021, 4pm
Tech tools to help you manage your business
Future Females Cape Town is hosting an event that will discuss tech tools, apps and platforms that are designed to increase efficiency and support business growth.
Tickets for the event can be purchased here and cost R60 per person.
Although this event is placed later in this month, we think it an honourable mention to keep on your calendars.
Date: 29 September 2021, 6pm
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