Procopio’s Emerging Growth and Technology practice group assists start-ups and emerging growth companies in various fields, including information technology, telecommunications, life sciences and cleantech, with all aspects of their formation, development and funding, from the initial idea through liquidity. Our team-oriented approach offers clients access to attorneys who are familiar with and understand their products, technology and business models.

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San Diego Venture Group is a non-profit business association with a mission to support and promote the venture capital and start-up company eco-system in the San Diego region. Our 800 members include venture capitalists, entrepreneurs, experienced executives, and professionals who support them.

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Hera Hub is a spa-inspired, coworking space for female entrepreneurs in San Diego. This as-needed, flexible work and meeting space provides a productive work environment for women. Affordable monthly membership options are perfect for freelancers, independent consultants, entrepreneurs, nonprofits and authors.

Hera Hub members have access to professional office space to meet with clients and are able to connect and collaborate with like-minded businesswomen, giving them the support they need to thrive. It is the perfect place for collaboration, community, credibility and visibility.

Inside FI: Users Define a #Startup’s Product, by Ron Palmeri

Posted by Amity Sims on 2012-08-03

Inside FI gives you exclusive access inside the training sessions of the Founder Institute. To get updates when we release new videos, follow us on Twitter or subscribe to our weekly newsletter here

As Ron Palmeri explains in the video below, “focus on building a great product that is aligned with the right market and the rest will follow.”

Ron Palmeri is the co-founder of Prism Skylabs - which is working to bring physical spaces online. Ron also launched a number of highly innovative companies, including Grand Central/Google Voice, OpenDNS, Scout Labs, and Swivel as co-founder and Managing Director of Minor Ventures.

In this talk from the Silicon Valley Founder Institute, Ron gives a high level overview of how he developed innovative products with his past companies. He explains conceptualizing a product and aligning it with the market, a metrics driven development approach, and the importance of validating product concepts with little resources. 

 
If you like the video below, follow him on Twitter @RonP.
   

 


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