Customer Development Talk Startup2Startup

Eric Ries of Lean Startup fame and the author of the Lessons Learned blog joined me at Startup2Startup for a joint Customer Development talk. Thanks to Dave McClure and Leonard Speiser for the opportunity to speak.

The Customer Development talk can be seen here74HGZA3MZ6SV

Part 1

Part 2

Part 3

The slides are here.

If you’ve never seen Eric’s Lean Startup presentation, take a few minutes to at least watch his part. It starts at ~40:30 in the video.

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6 Responses

  1. Just wanted to say thank you for your presentation at http://startup2startup.com/ – it is so valuable for all startups, us included.

  2. I’m glad the the presentation was recorded. Eric blogged about the talk on Wednesday, which was too late for me to get to Startup2Startup.

    Can you make a blog post with a calendar on where you’ll be speaking? Webcasts are nice, but they’re not the same as being there. :)

    • Alan,
      As I’m retired, I don’t do many public talks, the ones I do are usually a payback to a guest speaker in my class.
      That said I will be giving a Customer Development talk at TIECON, Saturday May 16th, 1:30

      thanks for asking.

      steve

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