The founder and CEO of Spark59 and author of Running Lean, Maurya is a decade-long entrepreneur dedicated to spreading the world about lean theory and methodology. He’s hosted numerous workshops and bootcamps in cities all over the globe, including Austin, Amsterdam, Prague, Mexico City, Rio de Janeiro and São Paulo. Intel, Dell, NPR and Amazon are among the enterprises he’s worked with – as well as smaller ventures, of course. And he’s taught courses at leading Universities Stanford, Berkeley and MIT.
The late-August workshop will mark the Maurya’s first time hosting an event in Buenos Aires. The event website promises:
In this two-day hands-on workshop, you’ll learn a systematic methodology, developed through rigorous testing of Lean Startup, Customer Development, and Bootstrapping techniques on hundreds of products, that will show you exactly how to build what people want.
The Running Lean Workshop is ideal for entrepreneurs, developers and anyone interested in building or running a business. The two-day gathering will feature intense lectures, interactive Q&A sessions and hands-on practice. The first day will be dedicated to generating a business model, and the second day to validating it. See the full event agenda here.
What: Running Lean Workshop – Buenos Aires
Where: Instituto Tecnológico de Buenos Aires (ITBA)
When: Wednesday, August 28th and Thursday, August 29th, 2013
Price: Those who register to attend before August 18th will receive a special early-bird discount on pricing, the cost for both days being reduced to US$250 (one-day tickets are also available at US$150). After the 18th, ticket prices will increase to US$400.
Find out more about the Running Lean Workshop and how to register here.