How To Build A Minimum Viable Product

4:30 pm — 6:00 pm
Tuesday, March 3, 2020
Harvard Innovation Labs

Overview: In this workshop, learn how to build an MVP of your product, and record learnings to validate your product. Learn how to design a prototype with minimum features and test your idea with your customers.

Speaker Bio:

Samuel Clemens is a Lecturer in the Entrepreneurial Management Unit at the Harvard Business School and General Partner at Accomplice. He specializes in product management and development for B2B software startups. He teaches Launching Technology Ventures in the MBA Elective Curriculum (a class focusing on product-market fit startups) and serves as an advisory Entrepreneur-In-Residence at HBS.

At Accomplice Sam focuses on B2B software and marketplace investments. Accomplice is a seed-led venture capital firm that has been part of the origination story of companies including AngelList, Carbon Black, DraftKings, Hopper, PillPack, Veracode, and Zoopla. Accomplice has pioneered a community approach through platforms like Spearhead, BOSS, Rev, and TUGG.

Prior to Accomplice he was co-founder & Chief Product Officer of Boston-based business analytics company InsightSquared. He was also VP Product at HubSpot (NYSE: HUBS), VP Product at BzzAgent (acquired by Tesco), and the initial product lead at (Nasdaq: UPWK).

Sam has an MBA from Harvard Business School and a BS in applied math from Yale.

How To Build A Minimum Viable Product
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