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    • 12 tenets for a tenets for a successful startup successful startupPhoto by TwoRoses / Flickr. @Annika
    • Annika Lidne annika Annika Lidne annika@disruptivemedia.se | +46 (0)70 435 05 45 Current projects
    • 1. Live your passion. Live your brand. Photo by OliBac / Flickr. @Annika
    • 2. Decide your scope Photo by DonkeyHotey & David (StandOut) / Flickr. @Annika
    • 3. Create product, not featurePhoto by Oskay / Flickr. @Annika
    • 4. Where’s the disruption? Solve my problem. Don’t pitch your solution.Photo by Pat Hawks / Flickr.
    • 5. Get your customer laid, paid & made.Great products & companies do 1+ of 3 things:1) Get you laid (= sex)2) Get you paid (=money)3) Get you made (=power)Quote from Dave McClure. Photo by See-ming Lee / Flickr. @Annika
    • 6. Find your minimal viable productPhoto by Kennymatic / Flickr. @Annika
    • 7. Borrow and buy, don’t reinvent.Photo by Jared / Flickr. @Annika
    • 8. Create the WOW factor @Annika
    • 9. Law of sustainable growth How do you make your product self growing?Photo by AdamSelwood / Flickr. @Annika
    • 10. Create contacts before you need them Photo by Greyloch / Flickr. @Annika
    • 11. Undercut the competition Half the price. Twice the experience.Photo by L. Marie / Flickr. @Annika
    • 12. Sunk cost fallacy Don’t throw good money after bad. Know when to stop.Photo byMikeySkatie / Flickr. @Annika
    • Thanks for listening! annika Annika Lidne annika@disruptivemedia.se +46 (0)70 435 05 45 Current projects