Early Stage Startup Workshop
Tuesday, March 3, 2015 from 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM (CET)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Tickets come with a 100% money back guarantee if you run at least one experiment. No questions asked.
Learn how to design, run, and interpret experiments in order to waste less time and other valuable resources on your startup. Learn these things by actually designing, running and interpreting experiments with the help of some of the top lean startup experts in the world.
What is happening and when... On Monday night you will come and pitch your idea @NUMA. On Tuesday we will be running experiments all day (SOMEWHERE IN PARIS). If you buy a ticket before Tuesday's location is confirmed, KUDOS - you get a discount and mentoring until the event - and are still eligible for a refund + ticket prices will go up when we release a formal schedule.
- Solo entrepreneurs or teams with a business idea or an early stage project in need of validation
- Startups wanting to learn how to go from theory to practice with lean startup methods
What you'll learn
- How to apply scientific methods to startup ideas and features
- How to properly interview customers and prove demand before investing resources
- How to determine your riskiest assumptions and to test them on the field
- How to get “traffic/eyeballs” to run experiments
- How to interpret the data from the experiments
- How to sell your solution and get "action metrics"
- How to deliver your unique value proposition manually (Concierging)
What you get
- A framework and a training style from an internationally recognized expert that will push you out of your comfort zone
- A fast learning cycle: one experiment every 3 hours
- Unlimited feedback from mentors in our network for experiments posted publicly
- A customized experiment designed for your own idea (after you complete the workshop and follow directions:) even if your idea is not selected at the workshop
- Access to actual customers through our network
- If you demonstrate willingness to run experiments you will have access to Adam and others for advice, feedback, traffic when applicable and introductions to accelerators, investors etc.
This Lean Startup Experience workshop is hosted by Adam Berk, Founder @neighborrow and Franck Debane, Lean Startup Coach and Partner @ Netelio.
What other people had to say about Adam and his workshops:
"I've both mentored and been mentored many times, but Adam is the best mentor I've ever seen. I witnessed this over a number of days at TechPeaks where Adam helped early stage teams and individuals test their ideas. More than a lean evangelist - he doesn't just preach the book - but is practical in its application. No-nonsense, but genuinely helpful, he is the perfect mentor for early stage companies."
-- James Roy Poulter, Founder Pronto
Expert, High Integrity, Creative
- Philippe Boulanger CTO Neopost
"Adam truly understands the nature of customer development and has been incredibly helpful to us during our customer discovery process. He has provided valuable insight, actionable steps and best of all, he's truly dedicated to his craft. Any startup would be lucky to work with him."
- Juan Maldonado, Founder Regalii
"I had the chance to be coached by Adam in Summer 2012 in a lean startup machine event. These three days changed the way I look at product."
- Haseeb Awan, Co-founder BitAccess Inc.
"Adam is not for the faint of heart, he will test your courage and challenge you to do things that you are not naturally comfortable with, blowing away most misconceptions about what is important and what is just waste. If you read a lot of lean startup books but are finding it hard to put it to practice his workshop is the one you need."
-Fiodor Tonti, UX designer @ NUMA - Le Camping
*** Pay with Bitcoin and save 10e. Email firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested. All tickets come with a money back guarantee. If you run at least two experiments and think it was a waste of time, I will hand you your money back on the spot. See you in September.
The Lean Startup is from Eric Ries. You should read his books go to his conferences etc. "Get out of the building" is a term made popular by Steve Blank. You should read his books, take his classes, etc.