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The Lean Startup Conference 2012 / Livestream in Santiago, Chile
Monday, December 3, 2012 from 2:00 PM to 10:30 PM (CLST)
UPDATE Nov 23: The location has been finalized. It's going to be at Hotel Manquehue (Av. Esteban Dell'Orto 6615, Av. Apoquindo, Santiago) http://4sq.com/v4yvpC. It is only 3 blocks forn Manquehue Metro station.
See you at the event!
Join us for the livestream simulcast of the The Lean Startup Conference 2012. The live conference is in San Francisco, CA.
The Lean Startup Conference brings together innovators from startups and established companies alike to share lessons for building profitable lean organizations.
We will be simulcasting from SF to SCL - a 5 hour difference - so we will start at 2pm Santiago time and go until 10:15pm.
Please join us for the The Lean Startup Conference 2012 Livestream in Santiago, Chile!
Visit http://leanstartup.co for more information on The Lean Startup Conference, its excellent speakers, and the schedule.
To continue participating in Lean Startup events in Santiago, join other Lean Sartup builders at The Santiago Lean Startup Meetup http://www.meetup.com/The-Santiago-Lean-Startup-Meetup
When & Where
The Santiago Lean Startup Meetup
For startup entrepreneurs based in and near Santiago de Chile who are passionate about developing customers and markets in a disciplined, iterative, and measured way.
Check the whole roster of speakers and times of the conference here:
Keep in mind we have 5 more hours compare to San Francisco.
This is exactly what we will see in the Livecast.
Bringing Lean Startup to Life at GE
By sarahm on Nov 19, 2012 07:22 am
Guest post by Sarah Milstein, co-host of The Lean Startup Conference.
At a party in NYC recently, I was challenged by a VC to name the biggest company currently using Lean Startup practices. I think he expected me to describe a medium-sized startup or maybe some small, old-school media organization. So his eyebrows jumped when I said that GE is the largest company we know of. There are at least two companies in the world bigger than GE, so there’s room to expand. But GE is not alone among Fortune 500s. Indeed, it’s part of a large and growing group of enterprise firms incorporating Lean Startup techniques, and we’re very excited to have GE SVP and CMO Beth Comstock join us this year at The Lean Startup Conference.
Beth is Senior Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer at GE, but her work defies the standard understanding of big corporate business. In a career that has moved from GE to NBC Universal and back to GE, she has brought technological innovation and agile business techniques to two of the US’s biggest legacy corporations.
Join us on December 3 to see her in person.
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