Reflections on Startup Lessons Learned 2011

We just got back from Startup Lessons Learned 2011 in San Francisco and I am more excited than ever! This honestly was the best conference I’ve ever attended and I have to give a huge thanks to Eric Ries for making it all possible. Since there is no way I could translate all the excitement and inspiration I have now into words I’ve recorded a short video below. Below the video you’ll find links to all the coverage I did of the outstanding talks at the event.



Startup Lessons Learned Conference Preview

Startup Lessons Learned – The State of the Lean Startup Movement

A Conversation with Mitch Kapor at Startup Lessons Learned 2011

Votizen Case Study at Startup Lessons Learned 2011

Conversation with Intuit CEO Brad Smith at Startup Lessons Learned

Startups One Year Later – Food On The Table CEO Speaks at Startup Lessons Learned

IGN + Heroku Case Study at Startup Lessons Learned

Design + Lean Startup = Lean UX at Startup Lessons Learned

When The Boardroom is Bits – Keynote by Steve Blank

Case Study – Dropbox CEO Speaks at Startup Lessons Learned 2011

Hearsay Case Study – Clara Shih speaks at Startup Lessons Learned

The Grand Finale: Groupon VP Speaks at Startup Lessons Learned 2011

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  • Michael Cyger May 24, 2011, 8:17 pm

    Sounds like it was a great conference. I follow many startup entrepreneurs and the conference was all the rage on twitter. Thanks for sharing the links and video.

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    • Morgan May 24, 2011, 9:08 pm

      Thanks @Michael – it really was an amazing experience!

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  • Francois May 25, 2011, 2:00 am

    “This honestly was the best conference I’ve ever attended”

    This sounds me!

    If I look at your old posts I am pretty sure to read the last one was already the best conference you ever attended, and if I continue digging I will not be surprised that the previous one was already in fact already the best conference you ever attended…

    So we wil say, this is the best conference you ever attended until the next one … LOL

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    • Morgan May 25, 2011, 7:31 am

      @Francois – I’ve been lucky enough to really attend some amazing conferences! This was completely different from a Domaining conference though and aligned much more with where my interests are now which is starting a company vs. buying and selling domains.

      When are we going to see you at a conference my friend! I think I owe you at least a few beers 🙂

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  • Manjeet May 25, 2011, 7:57 pm

    I was there too, it was an amazing conference. I’m totally a different person after the event and ready to take the lessons learned, advice, and case studies back to my team.

    Thanks for posting Morgan.

    btw, I was sitting two places to your right during the conference.

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