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  • The video series teaches entrepreneurs how to go from having a business idea to pitching a validated business model and value proposition.

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  • Steve Blank explains lean methodology, providing practical advice about how to implement it in your startup.

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  • Startups differ from big companies. Steve Blank shares the important implications this has for the early structure and activity of your company.

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