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Weekly Roundup – 23 April – Social Innovation, Wellbeing Research, Techspiration & Startup News

Weekly Roundup – 23 April – Social Innovation, Wellbeing Research, Techspiration & Startup News

Welcome to our latest LIFEHACK Hump Day Roundup, where we bring you some quick links and inspiration from around the web focused on Social Innovation, Wellbeing Research, Techspiration & Startup News. You can contribute by getting in touch with LIFEHACK …

Customer Discovery: How To Interview (Potential) Users

Customer Discovery: How To Interview (Potential) Users

Customer & User Discovery is a vital stage of project development.

We know from the fantastic research carried out by Startup Genome that if we skip any of the startup development path stages (below) that our projects or startups are …

The Lifehack Labs Series #2: Problem Solving with User Personas

The Lifehack Labs Series #2: Problem Solving with User Personas

This is the second in the series of our LIFEHACK Labs posts to share how we approach different aspects of launching social ventures.

There’s a great deal of research and understanding going into the best approaches to problem solving and …

Social Enterprise meets Design Thinking & Lean Startup

Social Enterprise meets Design Thinking & Lean Startup

Today we wanted to introduce you to three key parts of the LIFEHACK toolkit which we’ll be talking about more as the months continue.

Social Enterprise

Social Enterprise is about tackling social and environmental challenges using a business model which …

Part II – The Lifehacker Co-Founder Journey

Part II – The Lifehacker Co-Founder Journey

This blog follows hot on the heels of The Lifehacker Co-Founder Journey – Part I in which we caught up with Footsteps from Dunedin and talked about the importance of support and up-skilling to turn ideas into actual working tech …

The Lifehacker Co-Founder Journey – Part I

The Lifehacker Co-Founder Journey – Part I

It’s been an industrious winter for the LIFEHACK team, though you may not have heard too much of what we’ve been up to. As part of our vision for LIFEHACK, we needed to take the awesome outcomes from the events …