"Failure is simply the opportunity to begin again, this time more intelligently." Henry Ford
I will walk you through a slow failure and explain how we could have, and should have applied Lean Startup methods to fail faster, smaller, and smarter at each step of the way. You will walk away with knowledge and a frame of reference when you are faced with the same choices at your startup.
With my first startup neighborrow, I did some things right, and many things wrong, but ultimately we were not Lean and we paid for it in wasted resources and opportunity costs.
Now, I am working on a new and improved startup called Album+ which is the easiest way for the host of an event (wedding, music festival, party) to collect and curate photos.
Learn in context where we went wrong with neighborrow, how Lean could have saved us or helped us move faster, and how I am applying the Lean scientific method to Album+.
You'll leave knowing the vital differences between:
I'm turning my failure inside-out for you to help you save time, money and exploit the mistakes that exploited me. Don't waste weeks or months on building something that nobody wants! Learn how to release quickly for the purpose of achieving a product-market fit.
500 Seventh Ave (37th Street) 17th Floor, Seminar Room
New York, NY
How to Fail Fast and Succeed Faster
7:00 pm - 8:00 pm EDTAdd to Cal
Adam Berk works on lean startups in the collaborative consumption space. He is solving problems of efficiency and trust online. He is also a consultant helping scores of individuals with their ideas, teaching them how to apply #lean from day 1 instead of from day 1,000
Lean Startup Machine has taught over 2000 entrepreneurs and 500 startups the Lean development process in an experiential format.
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