Update: we have a few extra tickets but they will run out quickly. Follow @launchbit to hear the latest.
This workshop is for people who have web business ideas and would love to launch them but don't know how to code. In this workshop, we will go through step-by-step how to start and will recommend free/inexpensive tools to launch your business.
This workshop was sold out twice in the Bay Area and will be part of Web 2.0 Expo 2011 in San Francisco in March. It has now come to the Boston area for the first time. (See a Prior Review)
6:00pm - 6:30pm -- Food, drinks, and mingling
6:30pm - 7:30pm -- "How to build & test your idea without coding" workshop
7:30pm - 8:30pm -- Q&A and more mingling
We will cover how to quickly launch a business idea without coding anything, how to market it, and how to measure your early-stage success. We take Eric Ries and Steve Blank's customer development philosophy and walk you through the online tools you'll need to validate your startup idea.
The end goal of this workshop is for you to be able to walk away with a solid understanding of how to start your internet business now that you have the online tools to help you validate your idea and test it.
Bring a specific internet business idea you can share, and we may choose yours as an example in our workshop.
For more tips and resources on starting a web business without coding, visit LaunchBit.
When & Where
The LaunchBit Classroom teachers previously built profitable micro web businesses, including Shiny Orb and DressMob.
Jennifer has previously designed graphics and websites for startups, athletes, universities, and orchestras. She holds a B.A. in Chemistry and Physics from Harvard and a PhD in Materials Science & Engineering from MIT.
Having had a previous startup that failed for lack of users, Elizabeth now knows how to build web based businesses successfully. She holds a BS in Electrical Engineering from Stanford and an MBA from MIT Sloan.