This year’s Lean Startup Conference is going to be double the size of previous years’, and organizers expect a sellout. If you’re interested in going, leave a comment telling us why we should pick you by noon PT on Tuesday. Our favorite answer will win the ticket, courtesy of Neo, the all-things-lean-and-agile shop where Ries is a general partner.
Day one of the conference features case histories and talks from more than 30 entrepreneurs and intrapreneurs representing startups, Fortune 500 companies, government agencies and nonprofit groups. Keynotes include Marc Andreessen, Ries, Blank, Beth Comstock of GE and Scott Cook of Intuit. The optional second day consists of hands-on workshops and site tours of area startups, including Airbnb, Rally, Sharethrough and Twilio.
Attendees can also register for Ignite: Lean Startup, an extra evening of talks on Dec. 2.
“Our program focuses on how all types of organizations use Lean Startup principles to discover more quickly what works, what doesn’t, and how to move forward effectively,” said conference co-host Sarah Milstein.
Not in SF? Not to worry — the event will be live-streamed at more than 250 sites in more than 140 countries. Find a location near you.