Are you beginning to develop an MVP, in the middle of building a web or mobile app, or have some other pressing issues related to managing your engineering resources?
This interactive workshop will try to answer your pressing problems in real time.
(Also, for teams or VP members that are technical or have already built a product, please come! Phil welcomes your insights.)
Bring your questions, bring a beverage of your choice, get comfortable, and settle in for a fun & interactive session where we will all explore the trials and tribulations of building a tech enabled solution with little money.
Disclaimer: Not all questions will be answered, and not all advice will be correct, but we hope this interactive session can help you develop a better understanding and framework for how to think about solving your biggest technical challenges.
About the Leader:
As Associate Director, Venture Programs, Phil Green’s mentoring is focused on B2B, as well as teams where engineering/product development choices are critical to the venture.
Phil brings 30 years of experience in building products, services, teams, and companies. As a former CTO, he has built web-based enterprise applications, as well as consumer mobile apps for IOS and Android. As a former CEO, he built a customer base of 5,000 organizations, in 50 countries, serving over 1 million users. This B2B venture used a direct sales channel to penetrate F1000 accounts such as Bank of America, NASA, Owens Corning, Pfizer, Kraft Foods and used an indirect partner channel to penetrate international markets as well as small or midsize US businesses. As a COO, he has improved operations, profitability, and led the company’s push to establish an inbound marketing strategy focused on generating B2B leads. Phil has experience in conversational AI, search, database systems, agile development, no code product development solutions such as Bubble & Glide, and has worked at venture-backed start-ups, self-funded start-ups, and publicly traded companies. Phil can also advise on how to approach Angels, and he is a Boston Techstars alumnus. Phil holds an MBA from HBS and graduated from Harvard College with an AB in Economics.