NDRC to live simulcast US start-up conference

19 May 2011

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Dublin’s NDRC will be running a live, free simulcast of the US Startup Lessons Learned conference, which is taking place in San Francisco next Monday and will look at what it takes to build a lean start-up, as well as the issues facing digital start-ups.

NDRC is one of only 14 venues across Europe that has been chosen to run a simulcast of the conference, which will be led by Eric Ries, Harvard Business School’s entrepreneur-in-residence and founder of the lean startup methodology.

Other speakers will include Groupon’s vice-president, product, Suneel Gupta; personal computing pioneer Mitchell Kapor, the founder and former CEO of Lotus Development, who is now an active investor in seed-stage start-ups via Kapor Capital; Clara Shih, founder and CEO of the social media management platform Hearsay Social; and Drew Houston, co-founder and CEO of Dropbox.

Mitchell Kapor

Mitchell Kapor, founder of Lotus Development Corporation
and the designer of Lotus 1-2-3

The live simulcast from the NDRC will begin at 4.30pm on 23 May and will run until 2am. Click here to register for the event.

Programme for digital start-ups in Ireland

NDRC’s LaunchPad, the micro-seed investment programme targeted at digital start-up ideas, is now open to applications from small entrepreneurial teams with strong digital start-up ideas to take part in its next programme. The deadline for applications to LaunchPad is 8 July.

Carmel was a long-time reporter with Siliconrepublic.com

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