The Lean Startup: Steve Blank on NextGen Entrepreneurs

A session at SXSW Interactive 2011

Saturday 12th March, 2011

3:30pm to 4:30pm (CST)

Steve Blank is one of the world’s leading experts on entrepreneurship – nab a seat if you’re lucky and get the inside track on what it takes to be a NextGen Entrepreneur, how company-building is changing, and how you need to up your competitive edge. This session is sponsored by 500 Start Ups.

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Steve Blank

Customer Development & Secret History, Teaching at Stanford, Berkeley and Columbia bio from Twitter

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Andres Glusman

Head of Insights & Strategy @ Meetup bio from Twitter

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Hiten Shah

Co-Founder of @KISSmetrics. Previously started @CrazyEgg. I love creating something big out of nothing and helping other entrepreneurs do the same. bio from Twitter

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20 attendees

  • Andrew Weber
  • Bruce MacVarish
  • Centrally
  • crcarlson
  • Dan Weingrod
  • Eric Ries
  • glusman
  • Gui Ambros
  • Hiten Shah
  • James Wahba
  • Joshua Duncan
  • Kyle Wiens
  • Luciana Misura
  • Nicole Hennig
  • Salim Virani 🇪🇺
  • S. Daniel Leon
  • Steve Blank
  • Ryan D Gantz, DOG
  • Lee Dale
  • Randy Stewart

18 trackers

  • Aaron Pigeon
  • Ben Guthrie
  • Calvin Conaway
  • Colin Schlüter
  • Danny Lamas
  • Don Cruse
  • Jess Williamson
  • Orson Ka'ili
  • liangcw
  • Lindsey C. Holmes
  • Chris Carter
  • Mark R. Andrus
  • mekalav
  • kenan
  • Paul Maiorana
  • Shelley Cook
  • Adam Keys
  • WebExpo Prague

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Time 3:30pm4:30pm CST

Date Sat 12th March 2011


Room 204, AT&T Conference Center

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