The Switch Workshop will be held in Chicago at the Basecamp Headquarters on April 24th.
Join us to take a deep dive into why people buy and how they switch from one product to another, using the Jobs-to-be-Done Framework.
The event is limited to 32 people and tickets always go fast, so if you’re interested, register now.
Why do people really buy your product?
Here’s What to Expect
You’ll participate in live customer interviews.
You’ll learn new techniques for unearthing the deep insights that most companies never bother to dig up.
You’ll understand why people switch from one product to another and how you can increase the odds that the switch goes your way.
And you’ll be able to put everything you learned to immediate use.
There’s only one simple requirement: You’ll be asked to describe something that you purchased recently.
Jason Fried is the co-founder and president of Basecamp, a Chicago-based company that builds web-based productivity tools that, in his words, “do less than the competition — intentionally.”
Bob is an entrepreneur, innovator and ‘the milkshake man’ from Clayton Christensen’s famous example of Jobs To Be Done. Bob was one of the principal architects of the JTBD framework in the mid 1990s.
Over the last 6 years Chris has transformed JTBD from a complex theory into an easily understood and highly effective design tool. He helps companies from Fortune 500s to startups develop great products by uncovering what really drives consumers to purchase.
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The cost is $1,000 to attend the day long workshop.
These events sell out fast (often in less than 48 hours!). If you want to come, register now!