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Lean start-up Conference Webinar to be hosted by Enterprise Ireland’s New Frontiers Programme

On December 9th, the biggest names in the Lean Startup world and more than a thousand entrepreneurs gathered at The Lean Start-up Conference in San Francisco. Enterprise Ireland’s New Frontiers Programme was named an official simulcast partner for Dublin and streamed the opening of the event at Enterprise Ireland’s Head Offices. Brimming with founder stories, fresh case studies and in-depth expert advice, the conference delivered advanced lessons in entrepreneurship. The Lean Startup Conference brings together leaders from start-ups, Fortune 500 companies, government agencies and non-profit organizations to share lessons for building innovative, lean organizations.

New Frontiers is Ireland’s national entrepreneur development programme. It is delivered at a local level by the Institutes of Technology. Each year, the programme provides 150 entrepreneurs with a package of supports to help accelerate their business development and to equip them with the skills and contacts they need to successfully start and grow a company. While knowledge about the science of entrepreneurship has gone global, start-up ecosystems are always local. Participants of the New Frontiers Programme gathered to watch the conference and to learn more about Lean Start-up Principles from seasoned experts as well as each other.

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