A Sneak Peek of Who You’ll Meet at the 2015 Lean Startup Conference

We are thrilled to announce the first round of speakers who will be joining us at the annual Lean Startup Conference in San Francisco, November 16-19, 2015. The stellar line up includes a visionary four-star general who has transformed how we think about leadership, an entrepreneur who is radically changing the way that people eat, one woman who founded an innovation lab inside the federal government, and another who runs an energy start-up inside one of the world’s biggest companies. This is just the start of who you will see, learn from and connect with at the 2015 Lean Startup Conference!

This November, you’ll hear from:

StanleyMcChrystalStanley McChrystal, Former Commander of U.S. and International Forces in Afghanistan, Author of Best-Sellers Team of Teams and My Share of the Task, and Co-Founder of the McChrystal Group





Gagan Biyani, CEO, Sprig





Hillary Hartley, Deputy Executive Director, 18F





Johanna Wellington, GM & CTO, GE Fuel Cells





Mark Little, SVP, GE Global Research





Alexander Osterwalder, Entrepreneur / Speaker / Business model innovator





Ryan Hoover, Founder, Product Hunt





Errol Arkilic, CEO, M34 Capital





Janice Semper, Leader, GE Culture





Eric Ries, author of The Lean Startup and the forthcoming Leader’s Guide



Interested in joining this incredible list of speakers?

Take a look at our Call For Proposals form. If it seems like a fit, we highly encourage you to apply today.

This year’s conference (our 6th!) will shine the spotlight on what’s next for the Lean Startup community. You’ll hear stories from the startup and enterprise sectors, as well as non-profit and government, healthcare, finance, consumer goods, and more — all supported by tools for practical application, deep dive case studies, workshops, and master classes.

In San Francisco, we’ll gather at the historic Fort Mason, where you’ll get downtime by the bay and ample time for the unexpected conversations that help to create the most memorable event experiences.

The Lean Startup team is working hard to plan an exciting event, and this year, we’re throwing in a few new twists to the program. You won’t want to miss it!

Don’t put off getting your ticket

Attending The Lean Startup Conference is the best way to connect with the Lean Startup community and receive practical ways to implement the Lean Startup methodology into your daily business — immediately.

Now is the best time to purchase your tickets for the conference; you will be able to take advantage of our Spring Sale prices. There is a package for almost every budget (and options to bring your entire team at an affordable rate). Click here to pick the best pass for you.   

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