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Tune in now: Startup Lessons Learned conference live-streaming

April 23, 2010 by Danny Schreiber

A top-notch, day-long conference is underway in San Francisco today. Hosted by Eric Ries, the Startup Lessons Learned conference is the first event focused solely on learning how to build lean startups. And although its speaker lineup and background has tech startup theme, Ries opened up the conference with an introduction that encouraged other industries to tune in, as well.

And to do just that (tune in for free), visit or click on this image:

Here's more information on the conference, and if you're in Omaha today, stop by BrightMix's office where a live-streaming party is taking place. The conference ends at 8 p.m. CDT.


Startup Lessons Learned is the first event designed to unite those interested in what it takes to succeed in building a lean startup. The goal for this event is to give practitioners and students of the lean startup methodology the opportunity to hear insights from leaders in embracing and deploying the core principles of the lean startup methodology. The day-long event will feature a mix of panels and talks focused on the key challenges and issues that technical and market-facing people at startups need to understand in order to succeed in building successful lean startups.

Confirmed speakers include:

Here's a preview video of the event featuring its host, Eric Ries:

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