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  • My name is Jaro and I will talk about Toostis.
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    1. created by Jaro
    2. Projects solve problems
    3. “ It seems like the best problems to solve are ones that affect you personally. Apple happened because Steve Wozniak wanted a computer, Google because Larry and Sergey couldn't find stuff online, Hotmail because Sabeer Bhatia and Jack Smith couldn't exchange email at work. ” Paul Graham
    4. How ? was born
    5. 2005
    6. erte: where to go today?
    7. Maybe ?
    8. NO.
    9. Maybe
    10. NO.
    11. Damn...
    12. 2006
    13.  
    14.  
    15. President of Open Source for Lithuania
    16. 2007
    17. “ Let's organise sharing events“ erte, 2007
    18. .com
    19. invite friends to the events creat e community observe my community event's comments events photo sharing search events Post events recommend events
    20. first 50 pioneers until December 3000 new people invited to events by pioneers 1500 active users, 350 unique visits per day
    21. Enjoy Events Like
    22. Cinema, theater, concerts ...
    23. Dinners, birthdays, cooking together ...
    24. Conference, seminars, workshops ...
    25. Sport events
    26. Private meetings
    27. And more...
    28. toostis = event
    29. “ During last 2 months I have had more good toostis than during last 2 years. ” “ Toostis - Filter of my life.” “ Without toostis, I wouldn't have met my Man.”
    30. idea is...
    31. ...people sharing events.
    32. Moment.. <ul><li>Here they are: </li></ul><ul><li>Eventful.com </li></ul><ul><li>Upcoming.yahoo.com </li></ul><ul><li>Wkrotce.pl </li></ul><ul><li>doodle.ch </li></ul><ul><li>frype.com </li></ul><ul><li>mosuki.com </li></ul><ul><li>whatever... </li></ul>
    33. It is not working properly. People are not sharing events.
    34. WHAT is WRONG?
    35. WHERE Toostis is DIFFERENT?
    36. Toostis jest o tym co lubisz robić!
    37. 1000 members creates as many events as 2 000 000 users
    38. More official events No international interface Not designed to watch your friends do .
    39. same like .
    40. Official events, not what You like to do.
    41. Others are already behind ;)‏
    42. What about business ?
    43. Tool not a Toy This one is about using the web just as a technology to solve some of our daily problems and to increase our living quality. Just using web as a tool and not a toy.
    44. Let's shape the difference. Toy Tool FaceBook, Fotki, Grono ... Linkedin, Skype, gMail Advertising, SMS Different business models
    45. advertising?
    46. Maybe
    47. not
    48. Useful to find out events and buy tickets in one place. Premium services for advanced users. [dot]Toostis – service for event organisers. Statistics One of most popular Lithuanian news portal became interested in toostis and new possibilities in media . Our business ideas
    49. “ A lot of founders approach investors as if they needed their permission to start a company as it were like getting into college. But you don't need investors to start most companies; they just make it easier.” Paul Graham
    50. Tribal marketing “ The companies that win are the ones that put users first. Google, for example. They made search work, then worried about how to make money from it. And yet some startup founders still think it's irresponsible not to focus on the business model from the beginning. They're often encouraged in this by investors whose experience comes from less malleable industries.” “ The reason we tell founders not to worry about the business model initially is that making something people want is so much harder.” Paul Graham
    51. So what to do?
    52. Create Your event
    53. Post to toostis.com
    54. and Go
    55.  
    56. Thank You

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