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Start of Dutch Lean Startup Night Season!
With a great summer behind us, a new season of meetups and events is bound to start. We have a few exciting Lean Startup Nights coming up in the coming months, beginning on October 18 in Rotterdam. This month's Lean Startup Night features a virtual AMA with Justin Wilcox, author of FOCUS Framework and founder of Customer Development Labs. Join us for great conversation and snack and drinks sponsored by Firmhouse. Program 17:00 - Doors open 17:30 - Welcome and opening remarks 18:00 - Ask Me Anything with Justin Wilcox In preparation for his upcoming workshop in Amsterdam (What Makes You Click, Nov. 5), Justin will hold a virtual Ask Me Anything session on his work as innovation expert and customer development specialist. 18:30 - Fishbowl Q & A moderated by Bob Jansen 19:00 - Networking with drinks and snacks sponsored by Firmhouse About Justin Wilcox Justin has a gift: he turns theory into action. When fortune 500's like Google, Microsoft, HP, and Intel want to stop talking about innovation and start innovating, they go to Justin. When startup accelerators like TechStars and Founder Institute want their teams to stop pitching ideas and start validating them, they bring in Justin. Justin has codified the business model validation process into two books: the FOCUS Framework, a workbook series that shows teams exactly what to test and how to test it to find product/market fit, and the Experiential Entrepreneurship Curriculum, an entrepreneurship textbook used by thousands of university students around the world. In preparation for his upcoming workshop in Amsterdam (What Makes You Click, Nov. 5), Justin will hold an Ask Me Anything session on his work as innovation expert and customer development specialist. Drinks and snacks will be provided. Don't forget to register on Eventbrite! https://www.eventbrite.com/e/lean-startup-night-rotterdam-tickets-51145371182

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    initially created to provide a place for like minded individuals,to get together and talk about the Lean Startup philosophy. Our focus however, is on exploring, discussing (and testing) both old AND new startup principles. What works, why and can it be improved?