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Event and Tech Conference Lead Generation

by Larry Chiang on February 16, 2014

By Larry Chiang

When you euphimize LEAD GEN, you call it “brand ambassadorship”. Call it what it is.


Lead generation is what Stanford Engineering teaches Silicon Valley’s secret society of companies that self-fund. Startups may be sexy-sexy.

Companies are cooler

Mini companies pre cursor companies. Larry Chiang Mini Company Concept (LCMCC) pre roll mini companies. #LCMCC.

Practice lead generation using events at SXSW.

Or go work at “Sched”

Austin, TX

We are event experts and work with thousands of events on apps and special projects. Austin should be the best one yet.

We’re looking for team members for a secret experiential project in Austin, TX during SXSW.

We did this at SXSW, Lolla and ACL and attendees loved it so much they got hugs. No bugging people, no selling anything. You’ll be “surprise & delighting” people with awesome prizes. Your job will be to make sure people smile 🙂

You’re the happy and outgoing person in your group of friends. You like talking to new people. You are responsible and on time.

Pay is awesome + bonuses + free clothes/gear. To apply or find out more email 

ENGR145’s Anchor Concept: Lemonade and Gua Gua Guacamole 
It moves you to the right on the entrepreneur bell curve 
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