Product Development Strategy Masterclass

This webinar is a part of the ‘Future Skills for workplace sustainability’ series and will be a masterclass that addresses how teams, organisations and businesses can build products or services for their target market.

‘Future Skills for Workplace Sustainability’ Webinar Series’

The Webinar- Product Development Strategy Masterclass, organised by Youth Time International Movement and presented by the speaker Richmond Engel Okyere Bennahwill will be held on Wednesday 27th January 2021 at 3pm CET (Central European Time).

It is free and you can be easily registered with this Zoom link or by adding the event on Facebook.

 

Webinar Focus

Richmond’s masterclass will take us through a simple four-step framework that addresses the Product Development Strategy Process.

These processes he will be teaching are the:

  1. Research and Development Process
  2. Product and Market Testing Process
  3. How to build a business strategy for the product or service being developed
  4. How to achieve scale and growth after the launch of the product or service.

 

Who is the Webinar designed, and beneficial for?

This webinar would be suited to all from all backgrounds. Whether you’ve been thinking about launching an idea and going out on your own for some time, or if you’ve just begun and would like to share your struggles and successes, or whether you’re looking for extra insights to top up your knowledge for your career development.

 

About the Speaker

Richmond:

Product Development Strategy Masterclass
Richmond: Product Development Strategy Masterclass

Richmond holds a certificate in Entrepreneurship from the Adansonia Research Project at the Bocconi University – Milan, Italy.

He is also a published Amazon Author and an International Business Developer specifically in the area of building revenue models and business valuation for SMEs.

With a bachelor’s degree in Human Resource Management from the University of Ghana Business School and a Certificate in Human Capital Strategy from the Institute of Business and Social Impact, Haas School of Business – University of California, Berkeley, Richmond is committed to helping early start-ups build resilient teams through talent management.

This he does as Executive Director of the Engel Divine Foundation – a social talent management organisation committed to developing 500,000 young leaders across Africa by 2030.

Richmond is also a certified Civic Leader from the Young African Leaders Initiative (YALI RLC – West Africa) and possesses professional work experience in Data Analytics and Business Intelligence.

Richmond is currently the Head of Business Development at the Pitch Hub – a social enterprise that trains SMEs and young entrepreneurs on how to successfully structure their businesses and pitch to investors.

In October 2017, Richmond was selected (together with other Ghanaian delegates) to represent Ghana at the first Commonwealth Youth Summit in Malaysia for emerging young global leaders to discuss issues on Climate Policy and Finance, Digital Economy and Entrepreneurship, Peace-building & Global Inequality and Social Cohesion.

As Managing Director and Lead Consultant for Variance Consult Limited, Richmond is currently pursuing a long-term career as a Venture Capitalist.

Photos: provided by Richmond / Shutterstock


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