With so much talk about Angel and VC funding and a new startup bubble forming, is refreshing to see that self-funded startups still have a place to go to share ideas and best practices. That’s why MicroConf 2011 is worth checking out.
Put together by veterans of the startup world, Rob Walling and Mike Taber, MicroConf is a conference that was born out of the passion that the founders and their followers have for the bootstrapped and micro-ISV startups. Rob and Mike run the highly successful Micropreneur Academy, a site that teaches you how to get your startup off the ground and has a very active community. Is exactly this community that has been clamoring for some time now for a place where they can physically meet and exchange ideas.
If you are thinking about starting your own business, if you are a bootstrapped startup, or if you are a one-man show (micro-ISV or single founder startup) then this is a conference worth checking out.
To register, go to the MicroConf 2011 website (or click image below).
- June 6 & 7 in Las Vegas, NV
- Hosted by Rob Walling and Mike Taber
- Hiten Shah of KISSmetrics and CrazyEgg
- Rob Walling, author of Start Small, Stay Small
- Patrick McKenzie of Bingo Card Creator
- Mike Taber of Single Founder
- And many others…
Who Should Attend?
Anyone launching a startup with no outside funding who wants to hang out with and learn from 225 of today’s leading founders and entrepreneurs.