Are You Ready For The Lean Startup Summit? Get Discounted Tickets On Us!

London Tech Week is coming so pull your diaries out and consider attending the Lean Startup Summit 2017: Creating Stable Pathways Forward in Uncertain Times.

The event takes place at the LSE and Here East 13th-14th June, and in spite of its techie credentials, this conference is promising to “leave all the tech jargon and theoretical conference talk behind” and focus instead on how companies can innovate continuously and adapt for the long term using techniques “validated in environments of extreme uncertainty.”

Lean startup coaches from all over the world will be attending to discuss how firms can cope in an uncertain world where the likes of Brexit, and the rise of the so-called “alt-right” and “liberal elite” are polarising opinion and making the business environment a tougher place to handle than ever before.

All attendees will receive a copy of Eric Ries’ latest book, “The Startup Way”, which looks at how lean startup techniques can be applied within large organisations. Attendees from within the fintech, cleantech, media, cybersecurity, and social good sectors are all expected, but everybody, from any industry background, is welcome.

HHH are partnering with the Lean Startup Summit and we have discounted ticket codes just for you, dear HHH’ers!

For either a Silver pass, which entitles you to one day of keynote talks and breakout sessions, or a Gold, which grants you access to both days, register here and use the discount code HHHDiscount.

For the extra special Bootstrap pass, valid until the 1st May, use this link or use discount code HHHBootstrap.

You won’t regret it – speakers include Challenger Bank Starling’s Anne Boden, Diane Perlman, Global CMO at Mass Challenge, Eric Fairbairn, CEO and Founder of PodPoint, Heather McGough, co-founder of the Lean Startup Co. and many more besides.

Can you feel it? Spring is in the air, and summer is not far away – London Tech Week brings together over 40,000 tech enthusiasts from across all industries all with one common goal.

Building a better world, of course!

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