April 9th-11th & April 11th-13th

MicroConf 2017

HOST

Rob Walling

HOST

Mike Taber

Which MicroConf Should I Attend?

Here are some guidelines to help you decide which MicroConf is right for you.
If you're still not sure, please contact us with details about your situation. We'll be happy to provide more specific guidance based on the conference where you'll receive the most value.

Growth Edition

Intended for companies whose founders who are currently making a full-time income from their digital products.

The focus of MicroConf Growth Edition is to help grow the revenue from your products beyond that which employs the founders on a full-time basis. This path may or may not include hiring employees.

Starter Edition

Intended for founders and aspiring entrepreneurs who are NOT currently make a full-time income from digital products. This includes people who:
a) Derive the majority of their income from consulting or services and wish to transition to products.
b) Are primarily freelancers or agencies with a desire to branch out into products.
c) Are employed full-time, but wish to eventually go out on their own.

If you are anywhere between the stages of looking for an idea to launched, but not yet employed full-time by your products, then you should probably attend Starter Edition.

The focus of MicroConf Starter Edition is to help provide targeted, tactical advice to founders with the goal of getting their business to the point where it provides a full-time income from products.

MicroConf is NOT aimed at

People who are trying to build, launch or grow:
a) consulting companies
b) services-based companies
c) non-digital product businesses (ie: physical books, in-person training courses, marketplaces, etc)
d) VC funded companies

The people who receive the most value from MicroConf are primarily engaged in building self-funded software companies. If you meed the above criteria, you will almost certainly learn new marketing techniques and meet interesting people. But much of what you learn and hear about is going to be more difficult to apply to your business.

If you have questions about whether MicroConf is relevant to your business, you can always contact us at support@microconf.com.