Aalto Entrepreneurship Society is Bringing the All-time Lean Startup Guru, Steve Blank, to Finland! 5-9 September 2011

Posted: August 25, 2011 by Alison in Get Educated
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Steve Blank

Steve Blank

A great tip from Anni Rautio that was posted originally to the IB Alumni Facebook Page

Steve Blank, Serial entrepreneur, the revolutionizer of entrepreneurship education and ecosystems is visiting Finland for one week in September 2011.

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5-9 SEPTEMBER 2011
Helsinki, Finland
Who is Steve Blank

Steve Blank is a serial entrepreneur, founding and/or part of eight startup companies in Silicon Valley. His last company E.piphany was listed to stock exchange in 1999 for approximately 2 billion dollars.

After the IPO, Steve created the customer development model to better understand the patterns of building successful startups. His book, The Four Steps to the Epiphany, became a bestselling technology entrepreneurship bible and revolutionized the ways startups are built.

Currently Steve is a professor of Technology Venturing at Stanford University. His new course, Lean LaunchPad, teaches aspiring entrepreneurs his method of creating startups. Steve’s ambition is to renew entrepreneurial ecosystems and education all around the world.

More information on Steve
» Download a PDF profile on Steve (1Mb)
» Steve Blank’s Blog
» Steve’s Twitter
» Stanford Technology Ventures Program

More information on Aalto University & Silicon Valley
» Aalto Center for Entrepreneurship
» Aalto Entrepreneurship Society
» Startup Sauna -program
» Startup Life -internship program

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Comments
  1. […] Next week I am in a seminar in Aalto Venture Garage in Espoo, listening to growth business guru Steve Blank (U can google him, or try to get your hands on his book “4 steps to epiphany”). Perhaps […]

  2. […] Next week I am in a seminar in Aalto Venture Garage in Espoo, listening to growth business guru Steve Blank (U can google him, or try to get your hands on his book “4 steps to epiphany”). Perhaps […]

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