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The ‘Lean Startup’ is a methodology to building small projects into full fledged companies incrementally usually with little external capital. It is popularized by the teachings of Eric Ries and Steven Gary Blank, and is now being employed widely by both early stage startups and investors, as a method of risk assessment and investment evaluation. This talk aims to bring together sharing of how a small company has employed it for its projects and grown into businesses through its deployment.

Date: 11th January, 2011 (Tuesday)
Time: 06.30 pm – 08.00 pm
Venue: Plug & Play Technology Gardens, Level 7, The Gardens South Tower, Mid Valley, Kuala Lumpur
Cost: RM20.00 for public and walk in; free for paid TeAM members. Light refreshment available.

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Tzu Ming is a Director at Persuasion Technologies Sdn Bhd, and has been building Internet businesses for the past 10 years in the Internet, mobile and technology sectors. Prior to this, he was a partner and CEO of a regional based Venture Capital firm where he invested, restructured and took public many high growth companies including one of Asia’s leading Online Advertising networks on the London Stock Exchange. He has also negotiated and executed mergers and acquisitions in the Online Media space across Asia, US and Europe, and has significant global corporate and technology experience with leading Management and Technology consulting firms such as A.T. Kearney and Deloitte Consulting, where he was involved in Oracle Applications and Databases and was an Associate at Techpacific Capital in Hong Kong. Tzu graduated with a degree in Law from University of Exeter, UK, and an MBA from the Australian Graduate School of Management (AGSM). He is a Google Certified Analytics Individual and a monthly new media columnist at Marketing Magazine.

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