Again this year, OnMilwaukee.com is proud and honored to help sponsor Newaukeeâ€™s YP Week.Â The programming, engagement and opportunities are all strong again this year. Â
A wonderful addition this year are small gatherings with national speakers.Â Although limited to sponsors and VIPs, the sessions are held at the very comfortable and cool "party" room at Rumpus Room.Â
Mondayâ€™s brought Lane Becker to town.Â Beckerâ€™s aÂ Â Silicon Valley guy and founder of several companies that have spearheaded the Internetâ€™s growth.Â According to his LinkedIn bio he works on "product development and product management; partnerships and business development; market strategy; user experience research, strategy, and design; investment fundraising; patience; disasters, both creation and recovery."Â
His book, "Get Lucky: How to Put Planned Serendipity to Work for You and Your Business" was featured here and it provides a good overview of many of the ideas that he spoke about on Monday.
James Carlson of Bucket Brigade did this awesome summary of Beckerâ€™s talk at YP Week.Â
Check out the entire YP Week agenda here.Â If you'd like please come see me lead a discussion called "Investing in your future" on Thursday from 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m. at Villa Terrace. Â
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