You’re Invited to Designing Revenue Startup Edition

by Alex Stetson

We’ve had a lot of enthusiastic feedback from the startup community regarding Richard’s recent presentations of Designing Revenue at MassChallenge and Harvard Business School.  So much so, that we thought it would be a great idea to make the workshop content readily available to the entire Boston web/tech startup community.

That’s why on August 1, 6-8pm, Fresh Tilled Soil Labs and Workbar Boston will be co-hosting a one-time lean, startup version of Designing Revenue (at Workbar’s office

space, 711 Atlantic Ave in Boston) that we’ve dubbed Designing Revenue: Startup Edition. #startupdesign

What does this mean?  It means Richard will be giving a condensed, one hour presentation where the conversation on UI design strategy will cater to startups, focusing on realistic goals and approaches to UX/UI for bootstrapped businesses. Tickets only cost $15-$20 each, just enough to cover the cost of food and beer– of which you will be

enjoying plenty that evening.

If you wanted to attend Designing Revenue, but maybe weren’t ready to commit to the full ticket price, this may be a great way for you to see what it’s all about. Startups, Entrepreneurs, and Founders will take away key concepts that can be directly applied to existing web/mobile designs, without touching the company piggy bank.

Get your event tickets here and join us for a good time– we’ll be enjoying lots of hoppy craft beer from local breweries, light catering, and plenty of fresh locally-sourced snacks, thanks to our generous food sponsors, Food Should Taste Good & Boston Organics. (below.)

 

About Alex Stetson

Alex heads up Fresh Tilled Soil’s marketing efforts both on and off the web; she's dedicated to building and growing Fresh Tilled Soil's brand experience...