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A Practical Guide to Early-Stage Customer Traction | Adam Wulf

August 15 @ 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm UTC+0

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“Almost every failed startup has a product. What failed startups don’t have are enough customers.“—Gabriel Weinberg
Join us on June 19 as Adam Wulf—founder of Jotlet (acquired by Jive Software), Here File File, and Milestone Made (developer of Loose Leaf), and former Technical Director of Visere (acquired by Jawbone)—discusses his experience in gaining early stage traction. Adam has years of experience bringing new products to market and successfully launching and scaling companies.
Who Should Attend:
This event is intended for startups that meet the following criteria:

B2B / B2C — Either
BUS. MODEL — Licensing; SaaS; Direct Sales
STAGE — MVP (bootstrapping or funding from F&F protoype built)
BUS. FUNCTION — Sales; Product; Strategy

What You Will Learn:

What your MVP (minimum viable product) should look like, and how to introduce it into the marketplace
Strategies and tactics for gaining traction (measured in users, paying customers, sales figures, etc.)

About the Speaker: Adam Wulf
Adam founded Milestone Made in 2012, and is currently focused on building extraordinary mobile experiences. In November 2014 he launched Loose Leaf, a unique gesture-centric iPad note taking app (more info here). In mid-2016, he co-launched remote file browsing app, Remotely (more info here). He also runs the personal-accountability website AskMeEvery.com.
Since 2012, Adam’s mentored startups through Rice’s OwlSpark and UH’s RED Labs accelerator programs. He has also mentored startups through the regional and national NSF I-Corps programs.
In 2006, Adam co-founded and developed Jotlet.net. Jotlet was created to be easy to use, beautiful to look at, and extremely fast. The Jotlet JavaScript API was the only API of its kind to allow entire JavaScript applications to be directly embedded into third-party websites and products. Jotlet was acquired by Jive Software on April 1st, 2008.
While at Jive, Adam co-launched Here File File, a remote file browsing app featured in an Apple commercial in early 2010.
In mid 2011, Adam moved to Technical Director at Visere, a Portland design agency. After the next year of success with their iPad app Clibe and client application Unstuck, which Apple named “Best of the App Store” in 2012, Visere was acquired by Jawbone.

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August 15
12:00 pm - 1:30 pm


1301 Fannin Street #2440, Houston, TX 77002, Houston, TX, 77002, US
1301 Fannin Street #2440, Houston, TX 77002, Houston, TX, 77002, US + Google Map