Click Brings the #1 Entrepreneurship Curriculum to Western Massachusetts

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Click Workspace is proud to announce the creation of Lean Launchpad: Pioneer Valley, the first course in Western Massachusetts based on Steve Blank's Lean Launchpad, the #1 entrepreneurship curriculum in the country,  This curriculum has proven its ability to dramatically reduce startups' odds of failure by accelerating their ability to find a repeatable, scalable business model before they run out of ramen noodles (or spousal patience :)).  

Our version of the course is optimized for entrepreneurs in the Pioneer Valley actively developing a startup.   The course begins on Tuesday, September 17th.  To learn more, please view the course syllabus .

To ensure teams get lots of individualized attention, we are limiting enrollment.  Four slots remain.  

To apply for a slot, contact us.


Click & InCommN To Launch Weekly Entrepreneurship Events

Click Workspace is proud to partner with InCommN to bring a weekly entrepreneurship event series to Northampton and the Pioneer Valley!  Details on the series appear on InCommN's blog and are copied below.


Starting Tuesday, September 10, 2013 and running Tuesday evenings through December, InCommN and Click Workspace will present a series of workshops and discussions for entrepreneurs and people in micro- and small-businesses.

In fact, this series will serve anyone engaged in enterprises of all sorts! We'll meet at 6:00PM in the Community Room in 10 Hampton Avenue, Northampton, the office complex that houses Click Workspace.

The wonderful part about this is that it's a collaboration— INCOMMN's core values are founded on collaboration building and networking—involving INCOMMN, Hidden-Tech, and Click Workspace. That immediately tells you that this is already a large, strong and informed network of enterprising people and that the quality benchmark is very high!

September 10 will focus on two themes:

  1. Public Policy and the Entrepreneur: A close look at and call to action around the new “Tech Tax”
  2. Open Discussion: Issues, Concerns, Interests and Needs


We have a developing list of topics and guest speakers, and welcome additional suggestions.Key to this series: We want the sessions to be highly interactive; expect to talk out, participate, provide ideas, present information, ask profound questions! This series is meant to help you, the entrepreneur, appreciate and utilize all you've heard and all you already know. This isn't a typical “how to” series, but rather a challenging, engaging, exploration and discovery series, in keeping with our blog series, “The Mindful Entrepreneur.”

So far we're working on these topics:

  • Taking Action on the Tech Tax
  • Financial Planning for the Entrepreneur and Small Business
  • All About Sales (multiple sessions, each covering distinct topics)
  • Finding, inventing and using the right “metrics”
  • Legal Angles: contracting, agreements, organization types, exits
  • Mapping your Value Chain, and other deep probing tools
  • Flavors of Capital; pitching to investors
  • Trials and tribulations of the micro-business: doing everything, managing time and other resources New avenues of communications: using video and voice effectively


Have suggestions, ideas about speaker, or new topics? Like to be a speaker or panelist or facilitator? Then by all means, contact us!

There will be a fee to cover the costs of refreshments and speakers: $10.00 for general public, $2.00 for those registered as Hidden-Tech participants (just go to and “create an account”), $2.00 for ClickWork space members, and $1.00 for students.