Eric Ries, left, joins a presenter onstage at Startup Lessons Learned 2010. Screenshot from Startup Lessons Learned 2010 recap video.
Our apologies for the very late notice on this event, but if you’re able to carve out some time on Monday to join us for the Startup Lessons Learned viewing party, you’ll be thanking us right after. Now in its second year, this day-long conference is designed to unite those interested in what it takes to succeed in building a lean startup. Although it’s physically taking place in San Francisco, we’ve teamed up with local lean startup enthusiast Matt Secoske to host a viewing party in our office. This is guaranteed to be a day filled with awesome content, discussion and new connections.
The conference will kick off at 10:30 a.m. CDT on Monday and run through 7:30 p.m. CDT. It will feature a mix of panels and talks from notable names within the lean startup movement, such as Eric Ries and Steve Blank. For the viewing party, we’ll provide drinks and snacks throughout the day, but plan to chip in for pizza for lunch or feel free to bring your own lunch.
If you’d like to join us Monday, even if just for a few hours, RSVP on Eventbrite: omahasllconf.eventbrite.com.
To view the conference’s speaker lineup and schedule, see sllconf.com.
To learn more about the lean startup methodology, the focus of the conference, see our post: “Eric Ries discusses Lean Startup methodology at Omaha meetup.”
Here’s a recap video from last year’s Startup Lessons Learned:
Video from MicroDocumentaries on YouTube