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2018 Lean Startup Conference Simulcast in Edmonton
On November 14, 15 and 16, join the biggest names in the Lean Startup world and a slew of entrepreneurs The Lean Startup Conference in Las Vegas Edmonton Lean Startup Circle has been the simulcast presenter for Edmonton and will stream the entire single-track event, free of charge. We will be streaming all of the keynotes speeches over 3 days. Wednesday November 14th 9:00am Lean Impact: Revolutionizing Social Good with the Lean Startup, Eric Ries, Ann Mei Chang 3:30pm Lean Startup Where You’d Least Expect it, Malcolm Handley, Hisham Ibrahim, Jaya Rao, Greg Piefer, Claudia Recchi 4:15pm From Startup to Unicorn: The Story of Kabam, Holly Liu 4:50pm The Transformative Power of Lean Storytelling, Matt Johnson, Stephen Robert Morse Thursday November 15th 9:00am Building the Two-Sided Marketplace, Travis Holoway 9:20am A New Approach to Measuring Product/Market Fit, Dave Binetti 9:40am Fireside Chat, Eric Ries, Tony Hsieh, Elliot Susel 4:00pm Designing WITH Disability, Liz Jackson 4:25pm Building (and Bootstrapping) Stack Overflow, Glitch, and Trello, Joel Spolsky 5:00pm Real-world Lessons in Scaling Innovation Inside Large Enterprises, Steve Liguori Friday November 16th 9:00am Fireside Chat, Brit Morin, Kathryn Minshew, Marilyn Gorman 9:35am The Power of Lean Data, Sasha Dichter 10:00am How to Reinvent Your Organization, Aaron Dignan 2:00pm Blitzscaling: The Lightning-Fast Path to Building Massively Valuable Companies, Reid Hoffman, Robert Sutton 2:35pm Closing Session, Hugh Molotsi Join us to watch, learn and discuss how to apply lean startup in startup, growth and large organizations. The Lean Startup Conference (https://leanstartup.co) (LSC) brings together innovators from startups and established companies alike to share lessons for building profitable businesses. LSC costs $1650 USD+ to register for alone, before flights and hotels. This year, you can attend the three days of conference in Edmonton for free. The Lean Startup Conference Edmonton simulcast is open, and welcome to members, entrepreneurs, students and the general public. Everyone is welcome. We have a wide variety of attendees from diverse industry backgrounds and experience. Location: This year's conference will be hosted at Unit B Coworking downtown on 104 ST. The room will be equipped with desk, power and wifi so you can get some work done during the day too. Schedule: We'll tune in live to the livestream, at 10:00 am MST and take breaks when the conference does. (The conference schedule is PST, 1 hour behind Edmonton) This year's conference is over 3 days and as such it's good to familiarize yourself with the day's schedule on what might interest you.. The schedule is available at: https://leanstartup.co/2018-conference/program/ Guarantee your seat: The room does have a capacity, seats are first come first served - please reserve your seat while you're on this page. What to bring: Bring a notebook to write in, and your laptop/tablet if you like. Come for part of the day, or all of it. It's a great chance to connect, catch up, and hangout afterwards. When a schedule becomes available it will be shared and posted. The Speakers: This year's list of speakers looks great: https://leanstartup.co/2018-conference/speakers/ If there's anything else you need or would like to see, please send an email: [masked]. Come and share the experience, and the conversation. See you there! About the Edmonton Lean Startup Circle: LSC Simulcast has been organized by the Edmonton Lean Startup Circle as an official Lean Startup Circle. The Edmonton Lean Startup Circle is blessed by Eric Ries and The Lean Startup Co as the member group in Edmonton. Location Info: Unit B Coworking is located on the main floor of the McKinney Building on 104 Street at[masked] Street. Transit and Train stop (Bay station) is directly up the street! Google map link: http://goo.gl/maps/w8IQr

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Unit B Coworking

10187-104 Street NW · Edmonton, AB

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    This group is for you if you're interested in building and growing your business, particularly with lean methodologies.

    If your'e new to startup, or lean, it starts with learning. Reading two books: Running Lean (
    http://www.runningleanhq.com/) by Ash Maurya, and The Lean Startup by Eric Ries are critical if you're serious about startups, or lean startups.

    This group is based in learning and sharing whatever we need to take the next steps on our journey.

    -Jas

    The Lean Startup (http://startuplessonslearned.blogspot.com/) is a trademark and service mark owned by Eric Ries (http://startuplessonslearned.blogspot.com/). The Edmonton Lean Startup Circle has been blessed by Eric Ries.

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