Eric Ries is back in town.

Join us for an evening talk and discussion to mark the launch of his new book, ‘The Startup Way’.

Eric Ries London Nov 15th 6-9pm

Eric Ries, author of 'The Lean Startup' presents his new book, 'The Startup Way'

Eric Ries, The Startup Way, London, 15th November 2017.Eric Ries in LondonJoin us for an evening of networking, listen to Eric’s thoughts on how the Lean Startup methodology has evolved since the launch of the Lean Startup and get a chance to ask him your burning questions about how Lean can impact your organisation.

6pm-9pm
15th November
The Emmanuel Centre, Westminster, London

All attendees will receive a complimentary copy of The Startup Way.


 What is the Lean Startup?

When Eric launched the Lean Startup in 2012, the event was a sell out. Over 500 people filled the Mermaid Theatre in London as Eric detailed his thoughts from the book and answered questions from the audience.

Show me what happened last time

Eric is also a Business of Software alumnus, having spoken at the conference in 2010 (a year before ‘The Lean Startup’ was released). In celebration of the release of ‘The Startup Way’ we’ve compiled some of the best BoS talks by speakers Eric has cited as driving his thinking. Click below to watch them for free:

Tell me more about the origins of The Lean Startup

Sponsors

We’re grateful to these awesome companies for supporting The Startup Way with Eric Ries. For more information  about sponsorship, get in touch.

ThoughtWorks Ventures

ThoughtWorks Ventures Eric Ries London

As a global leader in Agile software delivery, ThoughtWorks has been helping organisations transform into digital businesses for over 25 years. As we step into the era of digital ecosystems, we have launched ThoughtWorks Ventures to help organisations take global megatrends from theory to strategic implementation, using technology.

The Ventures team is currently running three programmes that are addressing three major megatrends: ‘Rapid Growth of Startup Ecosystems’, ‘Digital Cities’ and ‘The Rise of China’.

Our goal is to advance social and economic growth on a global scale, by increasing cross-industry and cross-country collaboration.

Geovation

geovation eric ries

Geovation helps Britain’s location and property startups address social, economic and environmental challenges using open innovation methodologies. Their data lab in Clerkenwell, the Geovation Hub, offers qualifying startups up to 40 hours a month free hot-desking, meeting spaces and access to open and premium data from Ordnance Survey and HM Land Registry. Since opening in 2015 they now support a community of more than 1000 innovators, entrepreneurs, developers, academics and students. Geovation also runs dedicated accelerator programmes for location and proptech startups.

SyndicateRoom

Syndicate Room Eric Ries

SyndicateRoom connects ambitious investors with the country’s most trailblazing companies. Started in 2013, SyndicateRoom has rapidly grown to have more than 100 high-growth businesses in its portfolio. By relentlessly focusing on the interests of private investors, SyndicateRoom has developed a trusted reputation and has been recognised as Best Investment Platform at the Growth Investor Awards two years running.


Eric Ries, The Lean Startup Event, London, 2012 – in pictures.

Eric Ries, #BLNLean


About Eric Ries

Eric Ries is an entrepreneur and the author of the New York Times bestseller The Lean Startup, which has sold over one million copies and has been translated into more than thirty languages. He is the creator of the Lean Startup methodology, which has become a global movement in business, practiced by individuals and companies around the world. He has founded a number of startups, including IMVU, where he served as CTO, and he has advised on business and product strategy for startups, venture capital rms, and large companies, including GE, with whom he partnered to create the FastWorks program. Ries has served as an entrepreneur-in-residence at Harvard Business School, IDEO, and Pivotal, and he is the founder and CEO of the Long-Term Stock Exchange.