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Attend Lean Startup Machine in Toronto

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The Event

Lean Startup Machine (LSM) is a three-day workshop on building a successful business. Most new ventures fail because they build something no one wants. LSM teaches you a process for discovering which products will succeed in the marketplace and which won't. LSM is an immersive, 48-hour educational experience, NOT a conference and NOT a hackathon.

When

Friday, April 26th, 2013

to

Sunday, April 28th, 2013

Schedule

FRIDAY, April 26
6:00 PM - Doors open
6:30 PM - Pitches
7:30 PM - Teams Solidify
8:30 PM - Keynote Address
9:00 PM - Execute
11:00 PM - Venue Closes

SATURDAY, April 27
9:00 AM - Doors Open
12:30 PM - Session 1
1:00 PM - Session 2
1:45PM - Session 3
6:00 PM - Session 4
7:00 PM - Leader Meeting
11:00 PM - Venue Closes

SUNDAY, April 28
9:00 AM - Doors Open
12:15 PM - Session 5
3:30 PM - Presentation Slides Due
4:00 PM - Judges Take Seats
5:30 PM - Presentations Finish
7:00 PM - Winners Announced
8:00 PM - Venue is cleaned & closed

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What People Are Saying

Chipvara
Chip Vara
Professor, University of Florida
“[This workshop] should be a critical part of any college entrepreneurial education program.“
Ericries
Eric Ries
Author, The Lean Startup
“The leading edge of the startup movement.“
Hnshah
Hiten Shah
Co-Founder, Kissmetrics
“This is not a hackathon. The education you get at Lean Startup Machine helps you actually stop wasting everyone’s time. This is the future of creating business.“
Rachelsklar
Rachel Sklar
Founder/CEO, TheLi.st
“The most diverse and gender-balanced workshop I’ve been to.“
Dannymaloney
Danny Maloney
CEO, Tailwind, ex-AOL
“[The workshop] opened my eyes to many flaws in my current product development process.“
Bobmetcalfe
Bob Metcalfe
Co-Inventor of Ethernet, UT Austin
“If I’d had Lean Startup Machine in 1979 at 3COM, I could have skipped 1980-1983.“
Lanehaley
Lane Halley
UX Consultant, Lane Halley Consulting
“Unlike hackathons, winners at Lean Startup Machine are judged solely on the amount of validation achieved.“
Eisenmann
Thomas R. Eisenmann
Professor of Business Administration, Harvard Business School
“Aspiring entrepreneurs should attend Lean Startup Machine.“

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