Livestream Simulcast for Lean Startup Conference - Orem
Monday, December 3, 2012 from 10:00 AM to 6:15 PM (MST)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
On December 3, the biggest names in the Lean Startup world and a slew of entrepreneurs will gather at The Lean Startup Conference in San Francisco (Learn more about the conference and the scheduled speakers.)
FamilySearch was named the official simulcast partner for Orem and will stream the entire single-track event free of charge at Canyon Park Building S (510 Timpanogos Parkway Orem, UT 84097).
Join us to watch, learn and discuss how to be more innovative, use people’s time better, and be more successful.
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 innovators from startups, Fortune 500 companies, government agencies and non-profit organizations to share lessons for building profitable lean organizations. More than 30 entrepreneurs will speak about their first-hand experiences, with keynotes including:
- Marc Andreessen, co-founder and general partner at Andreessen Horowitz
- Steve Blank, serial entrepreneur, author, lecturer at Stanford
- Beth Comstock, chief marketing officer at GE
- Eric Ries, author of The Lean Startup
Details: Enter through the doors on the North side of Building S.
Parking: Park North of Building S in the former Adobe parking lot. (Adobe has moved.)
Lunch: UVU Culinary Arts is in Building L or there are a variety of resturants on State Street.
“Lean Startup isn't about being cheap [but is about] being less wasteful and still doing things that are big.”
- Eric Ries
When & Where
FamilySearch is a nonprofit family history organization dedicated to connecting families across generations. FamilySearch believes that families bring joy and meaning to life.
Learning about our ancestors helps us better understand who we are—creating a family bond, linking the present to the past, and building a bridge to the future.
Our vision is carried out by a dedicated team of employees and volunteers who work tirelessly to preserve and share the largest collection of genealogical and historical records in the world. We strive to create and link the best and most valuable research resources to help people discover who they are by exploring where they come from. For over 100 years, FamilySearch and its predecessors have been actively gathering, preserving, and sharing genealogical records worldwide.