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VIRTUAL Startup Lean Coffee

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A monthly opportunity to explore startup journeys in a lightly facilitated format where you help determine the agenda

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Startup Lean Coffee is a community of over 500 founders, employees, advisors, and investors. Our sole purpose is to help each other continuously improve by sharing some of the questions, concerns, challenges, opportunities, and experiences that we have all encountered in our startup journeys.

We follow a Lean Coffee format: a fun, lightly facilitated meeting in which you suggest and vote on the topics that are of interest to you to build the agenda; and we discuss topics for a fixed time, voting to continue discussion or move on to the next topic after the time runs out.

Because our theme is startups, pretty much any topic goes! Our previous topics have varied widely, from fundraising and social equity to lean product experiments and development shops to technical co-founders and psychedelic-induced “flow” states.

All you need to bring is your attention, curiosity, and willingness to share.

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Organizer Geoff Scott

Organizer of VIRTUAL Startup Lean Coffee

I help CEOs and their teams find the right direction and go fast.

As an entrepreneur, executive, engineer, and leader with over 30 years of experience, I have built 3 startups of my own, launched dozens of products and business units for established companies, and played a key role in some of the fastest growing companies in the world (3 INC 500 companies), as well as some of the largest companies in the world (2 Fortune 500 companies).

As founder and CEO of Hackerati, I worked with clients ranging from idea-stage startups to the Fortune 500, impacting the full product value stream, from strategy and design, to engineering and operations. My personal clients included companies like Viacom, Huffington Post, Narrativ, and Kepler Group.

Before founding Hackerati, I served in executive roles at DoubleClick, CBS, Donnelley Marketing, and The Princeton Review.

I started my first company, an Internet Service Provider called The Internet Connection, in 1994, where I developed some of the earliest Web-based CRM, content management, and commerce applications for clients like Apple, Attachmate, IDG Books, Plantronics, Informix, The Santa Cruz Operation, and UniDirect.

I am passionate about growing purposeful companies and improving diversity in business.

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