- 10:30 am - Doors open
- 11:30 am - Begin the UnConference
- 5:00 pm - Lean Startup Night Halloween Happy Hour, with special guest speaker
About the UnConference:
Lean Startup Circle will host a day-long UnConference with members sharing their knowledge in open spaces. This extended UnConference is a special event in collaboration with Lean Startup Week (LSW) so that local members and LSW attendees can learn from each other. Sessions are presented by attendees and there is no set schedule or agenda.
The agenda and facilitators are determined at the event on an ad hoc basis with up to 8 sessions taking place simultaneously. Members facilitate sessions or present and attendees attend sessions they are interested in.
Example sessions from past events:
- Laura Klein, author of UX for Lean Startups - Q&A
- David Bland, Principle Advisor at Neo - What do I do with this custdev data?
- Gagan Biyani & Morgan Springer, founders of Sprig - Q&A
- Jez Humble, author of Lean Enterprise - Q&A
- Alex Cowan, author of Starting a Tech Business - Storyboarding
- Mair Dundon, UX Facilitator at QuietAction - Self Persona Workshop
- Jacob Esparza, CEO of Making Friends - Lessons Learned from Steve Blank's Lean Launch Pad
Anyone can propose a session to:
- Share their knowledge
- Discuss a topic
- Ask for help
- NO PITCHES OR SOLICITATIONS!
On , LSW is gathering thousands of thought leaders and avid community members at Pier 27 for a week of keynote talks, interactive workshops, speed mentoring, industry dinners, bootcamps, and startup tours at the scenic edge of San Francisco. This unparalleled conference is unique in that it unites intrapreneurs and entrepreneurs from government agencies, international conglomerates, boot-strapped startups, and civic organizations in their mission to create radical change in their industries. More info at leanstartup.co/2016.
Food, drinks, a closing happy hour, and a good hang with great people is included thanks to the price tag.
When & Where
Lean Startup Circle
Lean Startup Circle is dedicated to applying lean startup thinking and building lean startup leadership.
We bring the San Francisco lean startup community together in a variety of formats (many of which involve beer) to learn from each other.
What works? What doesn't? Is lean just a buzzword? Or can it really help build businesses?
* The Lean Startup is a trademark and service mark owned by Eric Ries. *