Startup Lessons Learned Conference Simulcast

Startup Lessons Learned Conference 2011

The Lean Startup methodology has helped us a lot to learn faster about our customers. So we are insanely proud to have been selected the official Eindhoven simulcast location for Eric Ries’ Startup Lessons Learned conference!

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.

We’ll all be getting together on 23 May to watch the live stream of the Startup Lesson Learned conference at the Fluxicon HQ in Eindhoven starting at 18:00. Please register at this website so we know how many people to expect1.

This simulcast is brought to you by Fluxicon and our friends from UXSuite. Our location is a private and cozy place, so there won’t be professional catering. We will provide some basic caffeination, but please feel free to bring some snacks, drinks, and whatever you require to make it through a night of non-stop lean startup action2!

If you are building a startup in Eindhoven, or thinking about it, join us for the simulcast at 23 May, 18:00 in Eindhoven! Please register here3: http://sll2011eindhovensimulcast.eventbrite.com/

Confirmed speakers include:

  • Eric Ries (The Lean Startup)

  • Brad Smith (President and CEO, Intuit)

  • Mitch Kapor

  • Steve Blank

  • Suneel Gupta (VP Product, Groupon)

  • Drew Houston (Co-Founder and CEO, Dropbox)

  • …and many more.


  1. Note: your name, company and email address will be provided to the conference organizers (Eric Ries). We won’t send you any spam or share your information with others. ↩︎

  2. And, yes: we plan to keep this going at least until the end of the conference program (around 3:00). ↩︎

  3. Yes, of course it’s free. But you better hurry, this place fills up mighty fast… ↩︎

Christian W. Günther

Christian W. Günther

Product development and everything else

Christian has that touch for creating software which looks good, is easy to use, and performs great. He has been a leading core developer for the scientific process mining tool ProM since 2005.