The 2013 Lean Startup Conference Live Stream Amsterdam

  • December 9, 2013 · 5:30 PM



On December 9-11, the biggest names in the Lean Startup world, plus dozens of terrific speakers you don’t know with must-hear advice, and more than a thousand entrepreneurs will gather at The Lean Startup Conference in San Francisco. 

MakerLab was named an official simulcast partner for Amsterdam and will stream the first day of the event at LAB111 at December 9th.

Whether you’re new to Lean Startup methods or have been putting these practices to use in your organization, this event promises to educate and inform. The Lean Startup Conference brings together leaders from startups, Fortune 500 companies, government agencies and non-profit organizations to share lessons for building innovative lean organizations. More than 70 entrepreneurs will share their first-hand experiences.

Come to LAB111 at 5:30 PM at December, 9th to meet fellow Amsterdam entrepreneurs and people interested in creating and managing successful startups and bringing innovation to their companies by using Lean Startup Methodology.

We promise 2 free drinks and comfortable atmosphere! 

Use promo code NULABEVENT to get 15% discount:

Get your tickets here!


To learn more about the conference and its speakers, visit The Lean Startup Conference at http://leanstartup.co/. Read about the Lean Startup movement and principles:http://theleanstartup.com/book.

This live stream can not be watched somewhere else on the internet.

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  • Jonathan M.

    Highly recommended. Attended a previous lean startup events - especially inspired by Steve Blank. At the same time I hope we can do more than just watch the video stream. I hope it will trigger a short conversation afterwards about what needs to happen on the West Coast of Europe to exponentially grow big ideas. It is not just money, it is exponential learning. Last year Blank said he was concerned that many startups and cities were still hooked on the subsidy model. Cities were only really willing to provide facilities. They saw everything as an expense rather than an investment. As a result, there is a lot of copying of US ideas for quick win publicity. There are original thinkers and doers, but they don't have a media strategy to get their ideas out there. That has to change or we'll simply become a holiday destination for the USA and China.

    November 22, 2013

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