Sunday, May 2, 2010

The Lean Startup Intensive is tomorrow at Web 2.0 Expo

I'm extremely excited that tomorrow is the Lean Startup Intensive at Web 2.0 Expo. This is basically your last chance to sign up, and if you do so, the fine folks at TechWeb have offered me a last minute 25% discount code that you can use: websf10lean25.

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 3:45-4:15

Joint session with the Applied Communilytics Intensive (including Q&A with Eric Ries, Sean Power, and Alistair Croll) 4:15-5:00
 I hope you'll join us. If you do, please come say hello.

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."
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