The Art of the Pivot (1 of 3) with Curiosity Lab at Peachtree Corners
Founders, startup leaders, product developers, inventors – join us for an interactive virtual series on the Art of the Pivot: how to use design thinking to pivot your business. This series is three sessions; you can join us for any that interest you.
COVID-19 has created a whole new reality to doing business. Startups are uniquely positioned to be able to pivot and make the most of opportunities as they arise. But, how do you know when it is time to change your “north star” and pivot? What does a successful pivot look like (and how do you avoid the pitfalls)? Join us for this interactive series, led by Peachtree Corners resident, experienced inventor and Professor of Practice at Georgia Tech School of Industrial Design, Stephen Chininis, IDSA.
This class is appropriate for:
• Founders or startup leaders
• Product developers, inventors, designers
• Makers considering launching a business
This 3-part series is open; please feel free to join one or more that is of interest to you.
Wednesday, July 22nd – 6:00-7:00 PM – Creativity & Design Thinking – To register, visit https://tinyurl.com/PTCAP1
1. What is design thinking and how could it reshape your business or product?
2. How can you challenge yourself as a leader to expand your thinking?
3. Tips & Techniques for Creativity and Curiosity as essential business functions
Curiosity Lab at Peachtree Corners is a 5G enabled Smart City and Autonomous Vehicle Living Lab. Curiosity Lab is designed to provide a real world test environment to advance next generation intelligent mobility and smart city technology. Located within a 500 acre technology park where 7500 people work and more than 1000 people live, Curiosity Lab provides unique infrastructure and a supportive government to facilitate innovation. Early stage startups, universities and established companies are all welcome to join our innovation ecosystem. For more information, visit www.curiositylabptc.com.