The Lean Startup Conference Simulcast at BYU
Monday, December 3, 2012 from 10:00 AM to 6:15 PM (MST)
The Rollins Center for Entrepreneurship & Technology is excited to be a livestream simulcast host for The Lean Startup Conference. Brigham Young University is already a pioneer and leader in this new approach to entrepreneurship thanks to our very own Nathan Furr, a BYU professor and founder of the International Business Model Competition.
The purpose of The Lean Startup Conference is to bring together innovators from startups and established companies alike to share lessons for building profitable lean organizations. With fresh case studies and talks from renowned practitioners, this event will help you jump-start your entrepreneurial venture or hone an existing one–whether you work for a startup or a mature company.
The conference's stellar lineup of speakers includes:
- Marc Andreessen, Andreessen Horowitz
- Eric Rees, The Lean Startup
- Steve Blank, The Startup Owner's Manual
- Beth Comstock, GE
- Scott Cook, Intuit
- Drew Houston, Dropbox
- Jocelyn Wyatt, IDEO
- and many more ... click here for the complete list
Tickets to the actual conference in SF start at $899 and go up from there! Since we're offering tickets for free we expect those who register to attend. We understand if you can't attend the entire block, however we don't want to exclude somebody that would have attended but couldn't because you registered and didn't show up for any of it :(
Below is an abbreviated outline of the day's schedule of events. For a more complete overview visit the Program page of the conference's website. Only Monday's portion of the conference will be streamed live.
10:00am to 12:00pm - Early Morning Talks (Varsity Theater)
12:00pm to 12:30pm - Morning Break
12:30pm to 2:00pm - Late Morning Talks (Varsity Theater)
2:00pm to 3:20pm - Lunch Break (On Your Own)
3:20pm to 4:45pm - Early Afternoon Talks (W408/410 TNRB)
4:45pm to 5:15pm - Afternoon Break
5:15pm to 6:15pm - Late Afternoon Talks (W408/410 TNRB)
See you at the event!
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Rollins Center for Entrepreneurship & Technology at BYU
With a perennial top 10 nationally ranked and recognized entrepreneurship program, the Rollins Center for Entrepreneurship & Technology at BYU believes everyone can leverage the skills of innovation and entrepreneurship in their chosen profession. The Center is built upon the foundation of four pillars: Mentoring, Curriculum, Competitions, and Networking and Events (Clubs/Orgs). The Center is also home to the first and largest International Business Model Competition.
Be a global leader in successful, campus-inspired entrepreneurial ventures
Prepare students of faith and character to be world-class leaders in entrepreneurship and innovation, foster life-impacting mentorship between students and successful role models, and facilitate related faculty research.
Born to Create, Everyone an Innovator