Archive for April, 2013
Hi, my name is Jeremy Chen, and I am pleased to introduce myself as one of the new Citizen Space Residents for Spring 2013. I am a social enterprise lawyer that assists new companies with business entity formation and business transactions.
At Citizen Space, I am working on creating online legal resources for social enterprises. The first resource is a library of articles explaining the myriad legal issues that social enterprises, as well as for-profit companies and non-profits face in starting their companies. www.jeremychenlaw.com/articles
The second resource is a legal blog, which I intend to be a more accessible forum dedicated to social enterprises and new ways of doing business. I will be posting topics regarding the intersection of business and law, social change, marketing, art and music, culture, and good ideas. Please check it out at: www.jeremychenlaw.tumblr.com
Having never worked in a co-working space before, I will be documenting my experience at Citizen Space on this blog. So far, Citizen Space has been a great place to meet cool people, who just happen to be focused and self-motivated entrepreneurs. I look forward to the next few months at Citizen Space, and encourage new folks to give it a try.
Jeremy Chen, Attorney at Law
What is the goal of your app and how to do you measure its success? Do you know what features in your app or website are used most? Do you know what landing page converts more visitors? Is your company trying to become more “data-driven” or follow the lean startup methodology? In this introduction to analytics class, we’ll review some of the cool ways you can use analytics to improve your product.
The class will start off with a presentation on analytics practices and tools. We’ll review concepts like event tracking, A/B testing, segmentation, conversion, and retention. In the second half of the class, we’ll explore a sample data set and do some hands-on exercises that illustrate data modeling and querying.
This class will be taught by Michelle Wetzler, a data engineer at Keen IO. There are no prerequisites for this class. Just bring your laptop and your desire to learn.
Get Tickets online here