Framlabs & Dogpatch Labs announce new corporate innovation workshops

Three new workshops helping companies experiment with new business models, understand their customers better and create better products and services.

FRAMLABS is delighted to announce that we’re teaming up with Dogpatch Labs to deliver three corporate innovation workshops, aimed at helping smart companies drive change and deliver better products and services.

These unique, interactive workshops combine design thinking and lean methods to help attendees experiment with new business models, understand their customers better, and create better products and services, faster.

Workshop Details

Running in June 2017, the three workshops are:

DBOX – The Disrupters Toolbox (June 12th & 13th): – a 2-day workshop covering the essentials of design thinking and lean start-up, providing the tools you need to kick-start innovation in your organisation

Unlocking Customer Insight (June 25th): a 1-day workshop providing a deep-dive into rapid customer research techniques, helping you conduct high-quality customer research, fast

Build to Think – Sketching & Prototyping (June 26th): a 1-day workshop, showing you how to create rapid prototypes to help you test, validate and improve your ideas, products and services – quickly and cheaply.

Patrick Walsh, CEO of Dogpatch Labs says: “We’re delighted to partner with FRAMLABS to deliver these workshops. Dogpatch is committed to helping smart companies innovate, and these unique workshops will help companies learn the skills they need to drive change and to stay competitive”.

Morgan McKeagney, CEO of FRAMLABS says: “Dogpatch has established itself as a hub for innovation and creativity. We’re delighted to work with Patrick and the Dogpatch team to help established companies drive innovation and change.”



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