SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA– OCTOBER 04: Floodgate Co-Founder & Partner Ann Miura-Ko speaks onstage during TechCrunch Disrupt San Francisco 2019 at Moscone Convention Center on October 04, 2019 in San Francisco, California. (Photo by Steve Jennings/Getty Images for TechCrunch)

The countdown has actually started for the virtual curtain to open on our inaugural, two-day, virtual TC Early Stage SF on July 21 and 22, and with speakers like Ann Miura-Ko talking about

constructing a minimum practical business, you ‘d be virtually crazy to lose out. The show will unite 50 +experts across start-up core competencies, such as fundraising, operations and marketing. And Miura-Ko will be among the top-tier investors and specialists coming to you live from Zoom with information on how to develop item market fit and construct a minimum viable company.

As a co-founder of Floodgate, among the earliest seed-stage investment companies, Miura-Ko understands something about scaling early-stage businesses. Her direct exposure to lean startup concepts extends back to her tenure actually teaching it at Stanford University.

An investor in big hits, including Lyft, Twitch and Xamarin, Miura-Ko has actually discovered a few things about purchasing early-stage business and seeing where they go astray.” [The] source inevitably originates from misconceptions around the nature of product-market fit,” she composed in a post for Bonus Crunch previously this year.

At TC Early Phase SF Miura-Ko will break down those mistakes and offer start-ups ideas on how to avoid them. Miura-Ko will be offering a master class(however not a MasterClass) in whether an entrepreneur has built a minimum practical company or a business that’s minimally feasible. Hear Miura-Ko elaborate on the three crucial elements required to “nail it prior to you scale it”: having the ideal worth organisation, proposal and ecosystem model.

With panels like that, guests won’t even discover that they’re being in front of a screen.

Early Phase SF goes down on July 21 and July 22, with more than 50 breakout sessions from which to pick. Don’t worry about missing a breakout session, since records from each will be readily available to show participants. And the majority of the folks leading the breakout sessions have consented to hang at the show for a minimum of half the day and take part in CrunchMatch, TechCrunch’s great app to link financiers and creators based upon shared interests.

Here’s the fine print. Each of the 50+ breakout sessions is limited to around 100 attendees. We expect a lot more attendees, naturally, so signups for each session are on a first-come, first-serve basis.

Purchase your ticket today and you can register for the breakouts we are announcing today, along with those currently revealed. Pass holders will also receive 24-hour advance notification prior to we announce the next batch. (And yes, you can “drop” a breakout session in favor of a brand-new one, in case there is a schedule dispute.)

So get your TC Early Phase: San Francisco pass today, and get the inside track on the sessions we announced today, in addition to the ones to be announced in the coming weeks.

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Article curated by RJ Shara from Source. RJ Shara is a Bay Area Radio Host (Radio Jockey) who talks about the startup ecosystem – entrepreneurs, investments, policies and more on her show The Silicon Dreams. The show streams on Radio Zindagi 1170AM on Mondays from 3.30 PM to 4 PM.