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From Your Mind to the Market Presented by Dr Ronald Grill

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From Your Mind to the Market Presented by Dr Ronald Grill

The Commercialisation of Product or Service Idea Workshop

Taking an idea from your Mind to the market is a 60-minute presentation including three, ten-minute interactive group sessions that produce valuable ‘Takeaway Learning’ and is designed for entrepreneurs, innovators, and for owners of established business'

Particularly relevant for technology-based ideas

The workshop will cover:

  • Markets and Marketing
  • Intellectual Property management
  • Developing Teams and Teamwork
  • Securing finance
  • Planning the future for your business
  • Risk – what could go wrong and how to recognise and manage risk.
  • Developing a product/service - managing the business

Knowing how to evaluate and develop potential ideas and innovations translates to better long-term business growth and greater return on your valuable time.

The Commercialisation workshop gives businesses and individuals an overview of the things to consider when looking at business and idea development.

This workshop breaks down important concepts to cater for experienced business leaders as well as innovators looking to grow, expand and develop a new product/service.

Speaker: Dr Ronald Grill- Adelaide City resident - Member of City Shed

Dr Ronald Grill has decades of experience in start-up and management in the manufacturing and marketing of Hi-Tech electronic and systems in SA and overseas. He has a proven expertise as a Part- time lecturer (on this topic) at University of Adelaide - now retired.

Important Information:

Places are limited and bookings are essential.

No prerequisites other than a potentially viable product or service idea (ideally technology-based) AND the determination to work at the development of the idea into a successful business.

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