Do you have product-market fit? Learn how to find it at TC Early Stage •

by Ana Lopez

Achieving product-market fit (PMF) is arguably the #1 strategic objective and biggest challenge for budding founders. When you reach this critical milestone, you—and any investors you hope to attract—know that there’s consistent, enthusiastic demand for your product.

Everyone defines PMF differently, and that fact alone makes finding yours a real challenge. This one critical achievement determines the future growth and profitability of your startup. That’s why we’re excited to have David Thacker, the general partner at Greylock Partners, at Early Stage on April 20 in Boston, Massachusetts.

During his session, aptly titled “How to Find Product-Market Fit,” Thacker will share the fundamentals, explain the processes involved, and address the challenges. Given his extensive experience building during a recession, he will likely elaborate on why PMF is even more important during an economic headwind.

You have questions, which is why we believe Thacker is the right person to help you understand and find the product market now – when you need it most.

David Thacker, a partner at Greylock, invests in founders who build productivity tools, front office software, and vertical SaaS, along with marketplaces and gaming. During a previous economic recession, he played a key role in several successful investments such as Redfin, Pandora and TellApart. His investments include companies like Magical, Instawork, Curated and Pragma.

A veteran technology leader, Thacker has created new businesses and products for some of the world’s most iconic companies, including Google, LinkedIn and Groupon. Throughout his career as a technologist, he has built, launched and scaled products across industries including e-commerce, gaming, social networking and online advertising.

All Early Stage sessions include enough Q&A time to get answers directly from the speakers. You’ll walk away with a deeper, working understanding of topics and skills critical to startup success. Buy an early-bird founder ticket now and save $200.

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