Bootstrapping is tough, but you're not alone!

Don't miss out! Join Boston's best and brightest entrepreneurs on May 12th, 2012 at Microsoft NERD as we learn from some of the top bootstrappers in the country. We'll be exploring:

  • How to build an early team with a tight budget
  • Validating a business model
  • When to start selling
  • Customer acquisition
  • Marketing & PR for your bootstrapped startup

All this, plus:

Who Should Attend?

Entrepreneurs of all ages. RamenCamp teaches aspiring entrepreneurs the art of bootstrapping. Master the challenges of getting a startup off the ground with advice on finding customers, building teams, getting press and staying organized, all on the cheap.

Speakers — See full schedule »

After Party

Open to the public! Join us for the RamenCamp after party!

When: 4:30pm, immediately following Ramencamp
Where: Meadhall in Kendall Square

Directions to Meadhall

Sponsors

For additional Bing startup resources see http://www.bingbooster.com.

Interested in sponsoring? Contact us at sponsors@ramencamp.com

Brought to you by

Jason Evanish is the co-founder of GreenhornConnect.com, a hub for resources, events and jobs for the startup community in Boston. He is also the Product Manager at web analytics company, KISSmetrics. He's passionate about startups and the lean startup methodology. You can learn more about him here: About.me/Evanish

Josh Bob is the Founder and CEO of TurnStar (formerly Textaurant), which helps restaurants recognize, reward, and retain their best customers. Josh also works with restaurant-facing startups around the country to help them put their best foot forward. In his spare time, Josh is a global facilitator for Startup Weekend, teaches entrepreneurship to teenagers, and is somehow finding time to get married in October.

Kabir Hemrajani is the Head of Product at Shareaholic, a leader in making content sharing on the web faster and easier. He's also the Managing Director of Founder Dating Boston. He has an affinity for mobile/social/consumer apps and hates writing about himself in the third person. Say hello if you see me.

Jeff Seibert is a serial entrepreneur, programmer, and designer. He's currently the CEO of Crashlytics, a mobile crash analysis solution. Previously, Jeff co-founded Increo, which was acquired by Box.net in 2009, and ran Stanford University's Entrepreneurial Thought Leader's Seminar Series from 2006-2008.


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Greenhorn Connect

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