Hi folks. This week we’re excited to announce our our first Minimum Viable Book Workshop plans.
Before we tell you all about it, here’s a quick note about how we’re selecting the workshop attendees.
We’ve had a great response and we’ve received lots of names and messages via our contact form – thank you! This is really encouraging. We will be shortlisting people who have registered their interest to attend our workshops so we can cover a range of skillsets and industries. If you’re not selected for a workshop, don’t worry. There will be plenty of opportunities to input & share stories via our surveys and one-on-one interviews. Stories from you are going to be a big part of this. Please keep in touch.
We will be conducting 4 workshops on 4 topics in 4 locations, with roughly 10 people. The details are as follows:
1. London, United Kingdom – 9th July (done)
What better place to start than in our home town? Hopefully this will give us a chance to hone the format a little in front of a home crowd. Thanks very much to Go Free Range for lending us your lovely Shoreditchy office space for the occasion.
2. Bristol, United Kingdom – 1st August
We’re on the look out for a suitable location, but we have our Minimum Viable Book mate Libby on hand with tips. Stay tuned for more deets. If you’re in Bristol, please get in touch.
3. Berlin, Germany – mid to late August TBC
This is where things get a bit more fuzzy. In true agile style, we’re focusing our planning attention on the nearer tasks. If you’re in Berlin, please get in touch.
4. Austin Texas, USA – September TBC
Again, very fuzzy details. Stay tuned. If you’re in Austin, please get in touch.
So as you can see, the real work is about to commence. As always, we’ll keep you posted.