This November the Lean Startup Conference 2016 will bring together over 2,000 diverse thinkers and Lean Startup practitioners from all over the world to share ideas and projects that are shaping the future of business. This unparalleled conference unites intrapreneurs and entrepreneurs from government agencies, international conglomerates, boot-strapped startups, and civic organizations in their mission to create radical change in their industries.

projectY cowork Los Alamos is pleased to be named an official simulcast partner for Los Alamos and will livestream the entire event Wednesday, Nov. 2 and Thursday, Nov. 3, from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. free of charge. RSVP in advance through the Lean Startup website.

An immersive two-day event, Lean Startup Conference 2016 will unite attendees through powerful yet practical programming — world renowned speakers, collaborative workshops, interactive discussions, and a collective experience that all take place at the Pier 27 campus in San Francisco.

Whether you’re new to Lean Startup methods or have been putting these practices to use in your organization, this event promises to educate and inform.

You can find the full program here (all times are Pacific)

More than 100 experts will share their first-hand experiences, including:

  • Guy Kawasaki, Chief Evangelist , Canva

  • Irene Au, Design Partner, Khosla Ventures

  • Tren Griffin, Senior Director, Microsoft

  • Stanley McChrystal, Managing Partner, McChrystal Group

  • Sonja Kresojevic, SVP, Global Product Lifecycle, Pearson

  • Eric Ries, author of The Lean Startup


While knowledge about the science of entrepreneurship has gone global, startup ecosystems are always local. Come to projectY cowork Los Alamos Nov. 2 and 3 to meet fellow Los Alamos and Northern New Mexico entrepreneurs interested in creating and managing successful startups.


“Lean Startup isn't about being cheap but is about being less wasteful and still doing things that are big.”

- Eric Ries


To learn more about the conference and its speakers, visit The Lean Startup Conference at Read about the Lean Startup movement and principles:


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