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Minimum Viable User Conference

by Larry Chiang on September 1, 2015

Larry Chiang sees the New York Times like a user conFab. By pre-promoting content on GigaOm, premiering live events, launching “What They Don’t Teach You At Stanford Business School” seemed easy and fun at New York Fashion Week. The whole event September 9, 2009 was a prequel and sequel to fashion shows. #WTDTYASBS’s brand activated IMG’s concept at film festivals like Sundance and South by Southwest (SXSW). As CEO of Duck9, Chiang’s testified before Congress as an expert credit witness. His mentors are Gerri Detweiler and Mark McCormack who authored “Ultimate Credit Handbook” and, “What They Don’t Teach You at Harvard Business School“, respectively.


New York Fashion Week is a user conference where big brands use IMG models.
— Larry Chiang, supermodel and CEO of Duck9

By Larry Chiang

My mentor would call a User Conference a conFab. His name was Mark McCormack and he’d get people together in a room. Slap a theme and let the networking commence.

In his honor, let us look at doing a Minimum Viable ConFab. This minimum viable user conference DJ’s in Eric Ries’ Minimum Viable Product with Jason Lemkin’s “First User Conference” with my franchise concept: #AfterParty (which is Mark McCormack’s). Ideally, you’re a CS major CRO, or at least in route to your first $300 in revenue.

Larry Chiang (@LarryChiang)
Doing a piece on The User Conference. And why to put it at an SPG. Hat tip @Scobleizer @PalaceHotelSF


Put the “Minimum Viable ConFab” inside a Starwood hotel. There is a Starwood group hotel across the street from the Convention Center. Any, convention center. 

 
∀x: ∃y (@asmartbear)
Got 100 Customers? Believe It Or Not, It’s Time for Your First User Conference bit.ly/1hGUNcs


 
Jason M. Lemkin (@jasonlk)
Got 100 Customers? Believe It Or Not, It’s Time for Your First User Conference wp.me/p2Gf8o-1pP


If you are at 2-20 customers, execute a Minimum Viable ConFab 

 
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Minimum Viable ConFab is super similar to crashing an industry. Because you are crashing and your new prospects and new customers want to meet you. 

Larry Chiang (@LarryChiang)
What duck9 did not teach you about crashing industries (that he does) | #WTDTYASBS …tstanfordbusinessschool.wordpress.com/2015/08/26/wha…

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The whole game plan
 

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Constellation of Opportunities for CS Major (CRO’s)

September 1, 2015

By Larry Chiang I get asked all-the-time if there is a certification process to be a “CS major CRO” designate #csMajorCRO “certification” is easy. Just do a PopUpInternship, make $300. Spend that same $300 anywhere. Fill out a schedule C. You keep 100%.  Larry Chiang (@LarryChiang) 8/31/15, 8:20 AM “SalesForce has a constellation of opportunities […]

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Promote a Book Drive as a CS Major (CRO)

September 1, 2015

By Larry Chiang It is no secret I’m developing a network of CS majors who concurrently, learn sales.  CS majors who sell, Do really well.  Before you sell and get revenue, do a “Pop Up Internship”. Before you close deals via escrow de la internal (#InternalEscrow), promote something irrefutably awesome: a book drive.  Larry Chiang […]

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Breaking Even, Getting to Zero Debt, and Seeing $600k By Graduation

August 31, 2015

By Larry Chiang Staggering but true = Amount of new technology that seasoned execs need to process, assimilate and execute is STAGGERING.  This is the problem.  Solving it is profitable.  As undergrads, solving this problem nets you a portion of the savings. If you’re an undergrad, you should set the goal to break even.  Larry […]

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Eateries Learn What An API de la External, Means

August 30, 2015
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What’s #530Lytton and How Does That Subroutine Self Funds My MBA Team’s Startup

August 29, 2015

Larry Chiang gained New York Times best seller status pre-promoting content and debuting live events before 09-09-09. What They Don’t Teach You At Stanford Business School launched at New York Fashion Week September 9, 2009. #WTDTYASBS’s knowledge activated content at film festivals like Sundance and SXSW. As CEO of Duck9, he’s testified before Congress as […]

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Layers and Layers of Details About Self Funding

August 29, 2015

Larry Chiang pre-promotes live events and pre-promotes FICO scores wayyyyyy before you need a loan. An example is his 09-09-09 book release at New York Fashion Week. What They Don’t Teach You At Stanford Business School made a huge splash on the NY Times bestseller list because it was pre-promoted. #WTDTYASBS’s distributed at Sundance and […]

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How Austin Can Get Home Field Advantage at Home

August 28, 2015

Larry Chiang pre-promotes live events months and months before they occur. With his 09-09-09 book release at New York Fashion Week, What They Don’t Teach You At Stanford Business School made a huge splash, made the NY Times bestseller list and returned invested capital before the launch. #WTDTYASBS’s distributed at Sundance and SXSW months and […]

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Longhorn Startup, First Class August 27, 2015

August 27, 2015

Larry Chiang pre-promotes live events months and months before they occur. With his 09-09-09 book release at New York Fashion Week, What They Don’t Teach You At Stanford Business School made a huge splash in 2009, made the NY Times bestseller list and returned invested capital before the launch. #WTDTYASBS’s distributed at Sundance and SXSW […]

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Small, Specific, Executables. For Undergrads to S-T-A-R-T-U-P

August 27, 2015

By Larry Chiang Starting is so painful that founders actually release a brain chemical that masks the memory of that pain.  Since 1884, nothing has really changed. Here is the good news, should you consider reading further… Momentum and flow is all around you. Energy is all around. Aim small and start ever-so-small.  I have […]

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