Work with the leading Pretotyping experts
Exponentially teaches Pretotyping techniques to leading international and national corporates, start-up incubators, innovation investors and corporate accelerator programs.
We work with innovators, ideators and product developers, helping people learn to fail safely and fast, by using real customer data to make informed decisions in pursuing ideas. Pretotyping was developed by Google and perfected at Stanford University – it’s a proven method that delivers real and tangible value.
We’re passionate innovators and we’re passionate about driving innovation excellence.
Led by the leading Pretotyping expert, Leslie Barry, the Exponentially team includes experienced and talented innovators, Pretotypers and trainers.
“After many years leading innovation teams and working with successful start-ups, I understand the challenges and pressures involved in developing products customers will use. Pretotyping is an approach that can solve these challenges and reduce the risks exponentially – by testing your ideas before you spend a fortune on finding out you were wrong.”
”Today, innovation is more critical than ever for a company's success and survival. In fact, being innovative is no longer enough. To stay on top, companies must become apex innovators. And to do that they need to experiment with and test a lot of innovative ideas in order to find ‘The Right It’ – innovative ideas that, if competently executed, will succeed in the market.”
Author. Keynote Speaker. Innovation Agitator Emeritus @ Google. Innovation Lecturer @ Stanford.
“When you can Pretotype, failure is no longer something you fear. Every idea that fails is a win for your business, saving you time, money and energy. And your good ideas can become even better because they’re informed by real data.”
Derrick is a seasoned strategist & innovation leader with a record of helping brands bring big ideas to life & generating business growth. He does this using Rapid Experimentation techniques using Pretotyping to help clients find the right it.