Amazon Web Services’ (AWS) office at Capital Square saw a strong attendance of about 100 entrepreneurs yesterday at the newly launched initiative “The Lean Cloud”. A live telecast was broadcasted from the official launch event at Sydney, which was graced by AWS’s very own Chief Technology Office, Dr Werner Vogels, as well as the initiator of the Lean movement, Eric Ries.
During his presentation, Eric Ries shared some key fundamentals of his lean philosophies and best practices to entrepreneurs:
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Of course, nearer at home here in AWS Singapore, there were also presentations and sharings from Rick Harshman, head of ASEAN AWS, Carl Coryell of new context as well as John Fearon of dropmysite. Rick shared on how startups can leverage on the cloud and AWS to help their businesses, with the bold vision of being the catalyst of the startup community to support and accelerate the growth across APAC. This was testified by both Carl and John, whom both shared how AWS helped them in their businesses.
John also stressed the importance of focusing on the people rather than the money, wrapping up the event advising startups to always be talking to people and listening to what they want.
About AWS “The Lean Cloud” initiative
To support the growing startup movement, AWS in Asia Pacific launches “The Lean Cloud”, a program that aims to provide education, training, and the global exposure for promising startups. The program will include business mentoring sessions, technical workshops and networking events to allow startups to leverage the AWS Cloud to develop their product faster, accelerate time to market and monetize their offerings as their business grow.
For more details, visit http://aws.amazon.com/apac/leancloud/