Salim Virani, entreprenerd. Creator of Leancamp.
Since the first Leancamp, it’s been clear it built community. The problem has been that it is more expensive than a Barcamp, so the sponsorship model has been much tougher to make work. The question of what Leancamp was – … Continue reading
Since the beginning of Leancamp, I’ve been looking for a way to make the unconference model financially-independent – with the goal of synthesizing its community values with a commercially-viable way to grow. An interesting problem, because by Lean Startup measures, Leancamp has problem/solution fit – … Continue reading
There’s a conversation unfolding about the future of Lean Startup on RoundTables, andPatrick Vlaskovits pointed out: Lean Startup needs to avoid becoming dogmatic or a religion. It is terribly ironic when some well-meaning enthusiasts take Lean Startup as the Holy Grail of … Continue reading
If you’ve ever pitched an investor, you know they love trends and growth markets. The cliched question, “is this a billion dollar business?” has merit.You want your company to rise to scale and continue to exploit the nature of the … Continue reading