Revolutionize your ideas with Lean Startup Machine, now in Singapore
July 19, 2012 by Stephanie SUTANTO
Having run 35 workshops in 20 cities across 5 continents, Lean Startup Machine, a three-day workshop where participants use Customer Development and Lean Startup principles to validate an idea for a new product or service, is now venturing into Asia Pacific and its first stop is Singapore.
From 31st August to 2nd September, participants can expect an intensive three-day program focusing on Lean Startup methodologies and their applications for product, customer, and business model development. A team of experienced speakers and mentors, including SGE‘s very own Gwen, will be present to offer guidance.
Who’s this event for?
Any startup team that does not have Product/Market Fit, or any aspiring founder, innovator, or early startup employee that wants to learn Lean Startup methodologies from the ground up. In addition, participants with fresh ideas have 50 seconds to give your elevator pitch at the kickoff. After voting, if your idea gets selected you will be able to form a team and start working. Participants are highly encouraged to start with a brand new concept.
Do note that this workshop is limited to the first 50 people who register in order to maintain an intimate learning environment.
In addition, limited Early Bird tickets are now available at S$150!
Update: Early bird tickets have all been sold out, but as a media partner, SGE is offering a a 10% discount off regular price. Simply use this Discount Code: sgleantrepreneurs when registering!
Date: Friday-Sunday, 31st August-2nd September 2012
Time: 6:00 PM (Friday)- 8:00 PM (Sunday)
Venue: To be confirmed
Pricing: Promotion price for regular tickets:
S$250S$225 ( US$199US$178) with discount code sgleantrepreneurs
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About The Author
Stephanie SUTANTO - Resident Contributing Writer
Stephanie is currently pursuing her undergraduate studies in the University of California, Los Angeles. She hopes to learn more about startups both in Los Angeles and in Southeast Asia, possibly starting one of her own in future. And yes, she prefers sashimi to chocolates and flowers any day. You can find her on LinkedIn and Twitter.Read other posts by Stephanie SUTANTO