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Lean Product Development for Startups, by Mark Geene

Posted by Amity Sims on 2013-07-22

At Startup Founder 101, local startup veterans offer their insights and expertise to new and aspiring founders. At a recent meetup in Denver, Cloud Elements CEO, Mark Geene, spoke on the topic of Lean Product Development. Below is his presentation in which he covers Lean product management principles, Startup Metrics for Pirates, Agile MVP planning and using Pivotal Tracker.

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About Mark

Mark Geene is a Co-founder of Cloud Elements, a company that accelerates the development of cloud computing applications by combining open cloud platforms with reusable integrations (Elements) and cloud-optimized application development services. Prior to founding Cloud Elements, Mark was the Chief Executive Officer of InfoNow a company that he transformed into two industry-leading Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) companies, Channelinsight and Locationinsight.

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