As many of my friends and followers know, I’ve been very focused this summer on finishing off my book, Launching for Revenue: How to Launch Your Product, Service or Company for Maximum Growth. I’m proud to announce that I just finished Chapter 10, so that leaves me just two chapters to go. And now I need your help.
A few weeks ago, I submitted a proposal to the South by Southwest conference organizers to do a workshop in March at SXSW 2018, based on the book. I also plan to launch the book at SXSW 2018. If you are new to SXSW, it’s a massive gathering that takes place in Austin, TX every March and transforms the city for about ten days with the latest from the technology, music and film worlds. This year they will have 24 tracks of programming focused on “what’s next in the worlds of entertainment, culture, and technology.”
Part of the decision of who gets selected to present at SXSW is based on public support, so I need your vote! If you don’t already have a SXSW account, you’ll need to create one to cast your vote, but I promise it’s really simple.Help Jenn LeBlanc Bring “Launching for Revenue” to #SXSW 2018 - vote today:… Click To Tweet
In addition to teaching this methodology to startups both here in the U.S. and internationally, and at startup incubators across the U.S., I want to bring these ideas to a larger population of startups and corporate entrepreneurs, hence the book and the SXSW Workshop. This book is a distillation of all that I know about how to successfully launch companies, products and services. It dissects what we call the “Ten Elements of Launch” and gives case studies, examples, checklists and self-assessment tools to help make sure your launch is successful.
I’m really looking forward to bringing the learnings in this book to the broad audiences at SXSW so I can fulfill my personal mission of turning around the abysmal stats for launching new technology into the world. There are so many great new ideas and technologies out there that are able to solve some of our toughest challenges—we just need a roadmap to make sure those technologies get to market and this book is just that.
Please vote for my workshop proposal “Launching for Revenue: 10 Elements of Success” at SXSW 2018. Thanks in advance and see you at SXSW!
Until next time,
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Jenn LeBlanc, CEO & Founder of ThinkResults Marketing, works with tech CEOs and CMOs to drive results. Whether it is a 350% increase in web traffic, a 1400% increase in online leads, or a 400% increase in conversion rates, Jenn and the ThinkResults team deliver results.
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