#PNSummit bootcamp for product leaders - What's in it for you?
Full-day Bootcamp for Product Leaders
Limited. For the deserving 100 only.
You’re a hero
Entrepreneurship is not easy. Especially software.
High risk, and high rewards.
Only risk is guaranteed.
The Hero must win. After all, we all grew up on
Bollywood movies :-)
Yawning? Grab some red
chilli powder. Now.
Most software get a quiet
burial. No gun salute. No
flag. No Hero.
This is NOT fiction.
Starting up in India
5 people in a garage is a romantic Start
We learn from failure but don’t talk about it
Plenty of help for those who have yet to
make a product. And for those who’ve got
And little else for everyone in between
Rebooting your Startup
PNSummit is a Bootcamp for Software Product
It’s like a heat seeking missile. You tell us the problem.
We fix it, accurately. No Spray and Pray. No Gyan.
So, you have a product. Some direction. Maybe even
traction. Why then a Bootcamp for Product leaders?
The new KYC
Most Startups are born to solve a perceived problem. The problemsolution fit.
They have an approximate idea of whom to sell to.
These assumptions change. Many times over.
End of First Year:
Do you really Know Your Customer? What next?
Bootcamp: Only for the Battled & Bruised
Battles make you stronger, even
if the war is yet to be won.
Nothing to be gained by blaming
yourself, or the market, or the
Want to make sense of this battle
and crack the formula to win the
PNSummit for You
Getting your first
10 customers ?
Going beyond your first
100 customers ?
(Or your first 200,000 users if
(Or getting past 1mn users if
Choose your PNSummit Day
4 Dec - Customer
Discovery Hacking –
5 Dec - Scale Hacking – Full
(for startups with initial traction)
(for early stage startups)
A day long session in cohorts of
20. Cohort leader facilitates
No sage on stage. Deep
discussions within group.
Discuss thorny problems with similar
stage peers (15-20)
Hot baked learnings that you won’t
get from reading blogs
Time for Action
Want to Attend? Request an Invite at:
Twitter: tweet to @product_nation, use the