The agenda for the day is below. As you can see, this is a new collection of speakers and case studies, in an intimate venue, which should allow maximum dialog between presenters and attendees.
Session 1 9:00-10:15
Eric Ries: Welcome & Introduction to Lean Startup 9:00-9:30
Steve Blank: Customer Development 9:30-10:15
AM Break 10:15 - 10:45
Session 2 10:45-12:00
Sean Ellis: Product/Market Fit & the Startup Pyramid 10:45-11:30
Matt Brezina: Xobni case study, "The 5 stages of Xobni's growth and 5 pivots along the way" 11:30-12:00
Lunch 12:00 - 1:00
Session 3 1:00-2:15
Dave McClure: Startup Metrics 1:00-1:35
Dan Martell & Ethan Bloch: Flowtown Case Study 1:35-1:55
David Binetti: Votizen Case Study 1:55-2:15
PM Break 2:15 - 2:45
Session 4 2:45-4:00
Panel: Investing in the era of the lean startup 2:45-3:45
- Moderator: Dave McClure
- Panelists: Ann Miura-Ko, Josh Kopelman, Jeff Clavier
Hiten Shah & KISSmetrics team: Case study 3:45-4:15I hope you'll join us. If you do, please come say hello.
Joint session with the Applied Communilytics Intensive (including Q&A with Eric Ries, Sean Power, and Alistair Croll) 4:15-5:00
PS. For those of you planning to attend the full Web 2.0 Expo, I'll also be presenting a keynote on the main stage on Tuesday at 4:45pm: "The Lean Startup: Innovation Through Experimentation. Not Just for Startups Anymore."