Movers & Shakers
Designing for Growth
While still in his teens, Brian Balfour started his first company, raising $100,000 in capital and managing a team of designers and developers. It was here that he began learning and studying the art and science of customer acquisition. Brian would later go on to start and sell several other profitable companies, each with active users in the millions. The explosive growth and success of these endeavors can be credited to Brian’s skillful use of marketing techniques, optimized design, catchy...Read More and RSVP »
Soapbox is a lunch you’ll never forget!
Come have a different kind of lunch break and learn from top-notch influencers.
Time to take a break
Soapbox events are limited to one hour, making them the perfect opportunity to learn and network during your break. Bring your appetite, lunch is on us!
The crème de la crème
Keep up to date with the latest trends and topics with Silicon Valley's biggest and brightest figures for an informative and informal chat.
All events are held in our ZURB HQ located in Campbell, CA. We're close to downtown Campbell and the lightrail station, so you can drop by and escape when you need.
Guess what?! It's free!
You'll get an informative and entertaining discussion with a tech all-star and free lunch! And all you have to do is RSVP in advance to guarantee your spot!
Meet the brightest minds
At Soapbox, we host entrepreneurs, designers, managers and friends of ZURB in an interview-style talk. Topics range from design, entrepreneurship, engineering and marketing to anything else the audience wants to discuss!
Learn from past influences
Check out some of our previous Soapboxes!
Get on your Soapbox
Soapbox is a lecture series for entrepreneurs, designers, managers, movers, shakers and friends of ZURB to speak with likeminded professionals and spar with them afterward.
What makes great products happen? What insights do you have about making getting successful products to market? How does design play a role in creating great businesses? We're looking to give people with a passion for product a chance to present ideas to a group of talented folks who share that energy.
Our audience of over 4,000 newsletter subscribers will know about it, we'll blog a write up summary about it (we've received over 15,000 views on posts), our clientele will hear about it, and we'll provide a podcast recording of the event available on iTunes for distribution. Presentations typically run 20-30 minutes followed by an informal Q&A with the group. Interested?Tell Us About Your Soapbox »
I learn so much from these Soapboxes! It’s great to hear how other tech leaders have succeeded.