Put your idea to the test.

Join Runway’s Bootcamp.

 

Are you dreaming of starting your own business?

If you are an aspiring entrepreneur, or someone with many new business ideas, this is a great place to start.

 

What is a Bootcamp?

It’s not physical exertion – BUT rather brain exertion. We put you through your paces to really test that idea and getting you to a point where you have determined whether your idea is ready to pursue or whether you might need some further testing. You may even determine that you should move on to your next idea!

Who is the Bootcamp for?

Anyone with an idea that hopes to turn this idea into a business.

Why?

We have recognised that there are lots of people with great ideas out there, but not a lot of support to help validate those ideas. We will provide you with a framework that you can take away and use over and over again on all your ideas.

When?

Over 2 consecutive nights for 4 hours each night. We will be offering these Bootcamps bi-monthly.

Where?

Geelong and Ballarat – click ‘Book Now’ to find out when.

How?

In small groups of no more than 8  participants, we will workshop your idea in a supportive yet open environment. We will ask the tough questions, share thoughts and work together as a group to test those ideas.
This Bootcamp is priced at $500 + gst, but the value you get could be a million dollar idea!

Bootcamp Timeline

  1. Introduction to Lean Startup Methodology
  2. Process of Customer Segmentation
  3. Value Proposition Framework
  4. Design Thinking 
  5. Pitching Your Startup

Introduction to Lean Startup Methodology

  1. Process of Lean Startup Methodology
  2. Key principles to scale successfully
  3. Introduction to the Lean Canvas
  4. Defining the core customer problem
  5. Understanding Business to Business (B2B) & Business to Consumer
  6. Designing your business model

Process for Customer Segmentation

  1. Defining customer segments
  2. Introduction to proto-personas
  3. Empathising with the early adopter
  4. Identifying customer activities
  5. Exploration of customer gains and pains

Value Proposition Framework

  1. Introduction to the Value Proposition Canvas
  2. Exploration of gain creators and pain relievers
  3. Identification of riskiest assumptions
  4. Theme creation of assumptions
  5. Prioritisation of validation 

Design Thinking

  1. Introduction to design thinking
  2. Divergent and convergent storming
  3. Designing your minimum compelling product
  4. Cost effective market validation 

Pitching Your Startup

  1. Defining your why
  2. Product roadmap
  3. Pitching tips and tricks
  4. Pitch deck constituents 
  5. Final pitch 

Due to COVID19 we are working hard at getting our programs online. In the interim please feel free to contact us for assistance and to discuss options.
hello@runwayhq.co

Due to COVID19 we are working hard at getting our programs online. In the interim please feel free to contact us for assistance and to discuss options.
hello@runwayhq.co

  1. What is the Startup Bootcamp?
  2. The startup roadmap and how it all works?
  3. How tough is it to make a business real and be able to earn a safe income?
  4. Understanding the commitment to success.
  5. Knowing when to walk away.
  6. Head or heart thinking?
  7. Self Assessment before I spend money
  8. Should I pursue the Startup Bootcamp?
Introduction to Entrepreneurship

  1. What is a Business model
  2. Key ingredients to a business model
  3. Introduction to the business model canvas
  4. Understanding Business to Business (B2B) & Business to Consumer
  5. Go Slow Go Fast
  6. Understanding the road to commercialisation
  7. Why am I starting this business
  8. Starting my business design
Building a Successful Business

  1. What am I building?
  2. Why am I building it?
  3. Who do I think my customer is going to be?
  4. What problem am I solving?
  5. Building out my design in detail:
    1. Customers
    2. Problem
    3. Unique Value Proposition
  6. Review some good examples
  1. Building out my design – Part 2
    1. Solution
    2. Channels
    3. Revenue Streams
    4. Cost structure
    5. Key Metrics
  2. Review some good examples.
  1. Building out my Design – Part 3 Unfair advantage.
  2. SWOT analysis
  3. Independent Review
  4. Building out belief
  5. Building a Pitch Deck
  6. Rehearsing my Pitch
  7. Do I have a business?
  8. Review some good examples.
Make your final pitch to a panel of experts! Up to three entrepreneurs will be selected to go through to the next Runway Accelerator Program. This will be announced after the program completion.

I have had an idea in my head for some time now about helping the world reskill faster by quantifying behaviour change after an intervention such as training. The Bootcamp helped me pull that spark of genius (isn’t every business idea?) and provided me a structured way to test the idea, get it down on paper and have actionable activities to move the idea forward.
Next comes the exciting part of bringing that idea to life. So if you are a programmer, data scientist or behavioural psychologist and would like to be part of the journey, drop me a line on LinkedIn.

Andrew Tennant

Runway HQ Ecosystems

Runway Geelong

Runway Ballarat

Runway helps Startups with more than just accelerators.  

Here are some of the features you will experience at Runway…

A thriving community

 

Learn from real-life entrepreneurs

 

Introductions to the right people to leverage your business

 

Perks
at your disposal

 

We're all here to help

A broad network of qualified experts at your disposal. Mentors, coaches, and domain specialists available to answer your questions, fast-track your development, and provide guidance along the way.

Runway assists Startups across industries.

Here are some startups we have helped so far…

TECH STARTUP

Baby sleep technology system.

SOCIAL ENTERPRISE STARTUP

Indigenous consultation with business.

FASHION STARTUP

Fashion design and manufacture market place.

AGTECH STARTUP

Wine provenance traceability system.

Start your business

the right way.

 

 

Let’s get started!