Eric Ries and Sal Virani in an open discussion at Leancamp London.
An open discussion driven by founders.
David Heinemeier Hannsson giving a talk at Leancamp
Focused session in Rotterdam – Leancamp conversations aren’t about size, they’re about good connections.
Lean Startup done by real founders.
Do you read startup blogs and books like “Lean Startup” and are left with nothing but a bunch of new buzzwords and this weird feeling of “now what?”
Are you drowning in options where to take your startup? Do you feel like your product is missing its big opportunity?
Well… Welcome to the club! You are not alone. We have all been there.
This is why we started Leancamp.
Since 2010 the goal of Leancamp has been to exchange knowledge between people, who actually practicelean methodologies and who made them work for them.
You’ll get actionable feedback on your current challenges and learn from a variety of disciplines and real-life stories.
Skip the theory and consulting fairytale. We are shooting for practical advice and actionable bits that help you in your daily work.
Leancamp is a multi-track, open space event. You get a say in the agenda, help choosing topics covered and will share your own expertise.
Don’t be shy – suggest a session – everyone is an expert in something.
December 8th, 2013 10am to 6pm
1355 Market St., San Francisco, USA
$75 Regular price: $150
Salim Virani Founder of Leancamp & Founder-Centric
Salim is building practical tools for accelerators and is constantly on top of new approaches. He is one of those people working on the future of Lean Startup.
Andra Keay Robot Startup Evangelist, Founder of Robot Launchpad
Since moving to Silicon Valley in 2011, Andra has founded Robot Launchpad, an early stage accelerator for robot startups, is the inaugural Managing Director for Silicon Valley Robotics, and has cofounded Robot Garden, a space for makers and hackers with an interest in robotics.
Ryan is a proponent of building balanced and integrated marketing teams that work collaboratively across departments, incorporating principles of UX, Kanban and Agile into daily team flow. He is currently the Director of Marketing at Advsor, a company that helps early and growth stage startups scale their operations more effectively.
Alline Oliveira is a senior Java/GWT Programmer and the founder of LeanX.co In the last 20 years, she has programmed, taught and managed teams in various companies including at Qualcomm, Nike Inc., University of California at San Diego (UCSD), Tata Consultancy Services, a CMM Level 5 company from India, and TBABrazil, a Microsoft partner.
William helps engineering teams to adopt lean startup principles and agile software development methods. His clients include impressive success stories like Kiva.org, Shopping.com, among several others.
Blossom is the product management tool Apple would have build. Nik and his team focuses on simplicity like hardly any other team. Their approach to Kanban is honest, straight forward and easy to access.
Alex Cowan Founder of Leonid Systems & Author ‘Starting a Tech Business’
Alex helps non-technical people starting tech businesses. How can you productise your daily work for client? What if you could sell it to people worldwide? Sounds intriguing doesn’t it? But where to start? Alex wrote a book on exactly that topic and at LeanCamp he will speak about it as well.
Brian Ardinger is co-founder of The Big Plate, a collaborative community for entrepreneurs and startups, former Chief Marketing Officer at Nanonation, and the new Entrepreneur in Residence at NUtech Ventures.
Priya Sheth Senior Product Designer at Basis Science, Founder of Be Scrappy
Priya has worked with startups and enterprise to combine business vision and technical considerations into a unified user experience using Lean UX methods. She has incorporated the magic of Keynote prototyping into her process ever since it led to her startup’s first business partnership.