Feeling Old(er) at Big Omaha

Feld Thoughts

I’m at the Big Omaha Conference today for the first time. They only food at the party was meaty stuff (other than some creamy artichoke dip) so I went for a walk around the part of downtown Omaha we were at (11th Street-ish) looking for dinner. I learned a little about the scene in Omaha, so that was useful to me. The music must have gotten louder because I could no longer hear anything anyone was saying to me without leaning over and putting my ear next to their mouth.

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How Businesses Can Brace Themselves for the Post-Brexit Fallout

crowdSPRING Blog

But even if you’re running a startup out of your basement in Omaha, this is a situation to which you should pay attention. Stay lean. Related posts: Lean Marketing tips: not-for-profit edition. Lean Marketing: Public Relations strategies for small businesses and startups.

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Speakers at Startup Lessons Learned 2011 Ignite: Lean Startup If you're planning to come into town for the conference, you should really check out Ignite: Lean Startup on Saturday, May 21. This is a community-run event featuring a number of brand-new case studies and voices in the Lean Startup movement. Startup Lessons Learned 2011 is just around the corner: May 23, 2011 in SF. You have just under a week to get general admission tickets before prices go up.

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What Boston’s Top Consumer Tech Leaders Think About Boston’s Consumer Tech Struggles [#BostonB2C Recap]

View from Seed

We have companies in Chicago, San Francisco (and elsewhere in Silicon Valley), Omaha, and New York. bijan : there’s a danger in leaning on pattern recognition. On Tuesday, July 21, we hosted the first-ever Boston Consumer Tech Summit. The invite-only event was attended by 300 of the area’s best tech leaders, founders, product managers, designers, developers, investors, engineers, salesmen and women, and more, all of whom are hard at work in consumer tech.

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All I ask in return in that you pre-order the Lean Startup Book (on lean.st I have been getting emails and tweets all day from people upset that they cannot get into Startup Lessones Learned 2011 - either here in SF, where we're sold out, or in one of the more than 100 simulcast locations around the world, many of which are sold out, too. We struggle with this issue every year, because we strongly encourage everyone who can to participate with their local entrepreneurship community.