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Slides from my talk "Startup 2.0: A Silicon Valley Story" for Echelon conf (Singapore, May 2010)

Slides from my talk "Startup 2.0: A Silicon Valley Story" for Echelon conf (Singapore, May 2010)

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  • BUILT TO LEARN This is the core feedback loop that powers startups. Their goal is not to optimize the time it takes to do any one of these steps. There are many specific practices that can power lean startups, and we’ll cover a few in this presentation. But more important than any specific practice is this core idea: startups should be built to learn.
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