1《竹经：经商经世离不得立根创新》nnovatorBambooR.E.S.-ilience in Value Creation“Uprising! with Bamboo Innovators”Consumer Industry Trends WorkshopBamboo Innovators bend, not break, even in themost terrifying storm that snap the mighty resistingoak tree. It survives, therefore it conquers.“How can companies stay Evergreenand Resilient amidst the game-changing uprising in industry trends?”By becoming “Bamboo Innovators”.Creation is always an Uprising.Explore what you will get and why you need it.Are you thirsty for knowledge to grow and scale your business?Don’t miss all the key industry trends, insights & business model innovations.
2《竹经：经商经世离不得立根创新》nnovatorBambooR.E.S.-ilience in Value CreationMany business are stuck in the position of “successful-yet-unscalable” dilemma andsubsequently took the plunge into regionalizing or globalizing their business but ended up withwidening losses. Bamboo Innovators with unique practical insights on the resilient value creators,including untypical cases that are never reported in the mainstream news, can make all thedifference in enabling you and your team to think and act differently instead of being dished theusual training consulting standardized approach.Gain access to the latest industry insights and competitors’ movements from around the worldthat are relevant to you and your team – and turn them into profitable innovations yourself.Get real-time updates from Bamboo Innovator Institute on the latest trends.A one-day workshop is conducted on-site every quarter for up to 20 to 50 executives.Build a McDonald’s University at Your Company;Build Productive Innovators at Every Level.Your ROI:“If we are going to go anywhere,we’ve got to have talent. And, I’mgoing to put my money in talent.”- McDonald’s founder Ray Kroc oninvesting in the HamburgerUniversity
3《竹经：经商经世离不得立根创新》nnovatorBambooR.E.S.-ilience in Value CreationThe first Hamburger University (HU) class was held in the basement of a McDonalds in Elk Grove Village, Ill.Its first class of 15 graduated in 1961. Now the school brings in 5,000 students every year and more than80,000 restaurant managers, mid-managers and owner/operators have graduated from this facility.Every McDonalds manager is required to go through the training in order to be promoted — including CEOHU is not a cooking course. The training at Hamburger University has different development paths for crew,restaurant managers, mid-managers and executives.In 2010, a S$48 million Hamburger University was built in Shanghai and has trained 1,000 of its 70,000Chinese employees from the 1,300 restaurants. An additional 4,000 will attend classes through 2014.One HU Shanghai participant: “Now my father has stopped trying to persuade me to work in banking”.The first Hamburger University class in 1961Hamburger University Shanghai students attending the 5-dayExecutive programHow to Build Your Own, Unique“Hamburger University”?
4《竹经：经商经世离不得立根创新》nnovatorBambooR.E.S.-ilience in Value CreationThe Bamboo Innovator Consumer Workshop will help the leaders in your company to gain a global F&B and retailperspective with an On-the-Ground-in-Asia feel with access to the latest industry insights and competitors’movements from around the world, enabling them to apply and transform the knowledge into profitable innovations.The overall aim is for the team to be invigorated with the temperament, care, resourcefulness, tough-mindednessand discipline required in framing challenges in a clear mental model so as to evaluate and make the right thoughtfuldecisions in business, leading to better overall results in various settings and under myriad constraints.How to Build Your Own, Unique“Hamburger University”?
5《竹经：经商经世离不得立根创新》nnovatorBambooR.E.S.-ilience in Value CreationRamly Burger’s Billion-Ringgit Business– What Are the Lessons for Your Company?How did Datuk Ramly Mokni grow his beefburger patties business into over a billion-dollar ringgit in sales from his humblebeginnings as a butcher at a supermarket, withexports comprising 30% of its revenue? Howdid he scale up from starting up in 1979 withhis wife from their flat in KL? What marketopportunities did Ramly see at that time thatothers don’t when he decide to quit his job tobe an entrepreneur?How did Ramly build a brand by selling foodand sauce ingredients without riskingcopycats or “business partners” mixing low-quality ingredients that will destroy the brand?What can your company learn from theRamly Burger experience?Be inspired and learn all these and more inthe Bamboo Innovator Consumer Workshop.
6《竹经：经商经世离不得立根创新》nnovatorBambooR.E.S.-ilience in Value CreationThe Chobani Greek Yogurt Phenomenon– What Are the Lessons for Your Company?How did a Turkish migrant Hamdi Ulukaya build abillion-dollar-sales consumer yogurt business from lessthan a million dollar in loan in 2005 and with only 5staff amidst powerful MNCs such as Kraft, GeneralMills, Danone? Even giant Kraft exited the greek yogurtin April 2012, losing out to a startup of less than 7years old.What are the creative marketing strategies thatUlukaya did when he didn’t have the funds to markethis yogurt using expensive, traditional mediaadvertisements?What can your company learn from the Chobaniphenomenon in scaling its business?Be inspired and learn all these and more in theBamboo Innovator Consumer Workshop."Oh my god, you know, it’s the journey ofmy life. I’m not the same person I was fiveyears ago. I felt like I finished a couple ofuniversities.”– Billionaire Hamdi Ulukaya
7《竹经：经商经世离不得立根创新》nnovatorBambooR.E.S.-ilience in Value CreationPulmuone’s Innovative Authentic WholesomeFoods – What Are the Lessons for Your Company?How did vegetable hawker Woo Kyung-sunbuild an innovative soybean and packaged freshfood listed company with over S$1.5 billion insales and over 50% dominant market share in itstwo major product categories (tofu and beansprout) in Korea despite competing with existingpowerful chaebols? In 2004, Swiss giant Nestleeven took a strategic stake in one of thesubsidiaries of the company Pulmuone that wasfounded in 1981 as a small vegetable store.Be inspired and learn all these and more in theBamboo Innovator Consumer Workshop.
8《竹经：经商经世离不得立根创新》nnovatorBambooR.E.S.-ilience in Value Creation“Intel Inside” and “Oreo Inside” – What Are theCo-Branding Lessons for Your Company?How did Intel and Oreo reinvent themselves to scale up to become multibagger brands with co-branding innovation? Dairy Queen takes credit for coming up with the Oreo/ice cream pairing afterindividual franchisees started grinding up the cookie and mixing it into the company’s trademark Blizzarddessert in the 1980s. It was later adopted by McDonald’s Oreo McFlurry frozen desert, Domino’s Oreopizza, restaurants, bubble gum etc. This “Oreo Inside” co-branding campaign reinvigorated a mature tired100 year-old brand and Oreo is now a US$2 billion global business for Kraft, with half of the sales of“America’s Favorite Cookie” coming from emerging markets – and growing at double-digit.What are the lessons for your company? How can the leaders at every level adopt a multi-disciplinarymindset to introduce innovative breakthrough ideas for your company?
9《竹经：经商经世离不得立根创新》nnovatorBambooR.E.S.-ilience in Value CreationStay ahead of the curve and keep yourhead when all others are losing theirs ina turbulent and fast-changing market byacquiring the ability to know thesustainability of industry trends. Tap onthese insights as a source of endlessinnovation for you and your team.Learn about potential M&As, strategicpartners and the latest innovativestartups relevant to you and your team.Schedule for Bamboo InnovatorConsumer WorkshopDiscover why companies around theworld in your industry outperform tocreate value regardless ofmacroeconomic potholes and bumpsand the innovations they introduce tomake the bumps work for them – andhow you can acquire to ability to adaptthem to you and your team.Master lessons from business leadersin your industry around the world whopropelled some of today’s innovativenext-generation companies to success.Avoid business mistakes of thedecisions of business leaders in yourindustry around the world.Session 1: Uprising 天时Session 2: BusinessModel Innovations 地利Session 3: CEO 2.0 人和
10《竹经：经商经世离不得立根创新》nnovatorBambooR.E.S.-ilience in Value Creation“It has been an interesting and encouraging program. The program has encouraged me tocontinue to pursue what I want to do for the company.”Jismyl Teo Chor Khin, CEO of DMX Technologies Limited“The content and substance of the Program is original, useful and important. This programchallenged me intellectually and helped me to think critically and learn more effectively.Overall, I find the Program beneficial to me and my company (rated 5 out of 5).”Sherlie Young, Senior Manager (Group Finance) of Gallant Ventures Limited“The program gives a new and refreshing perspective of how companies can be successfuland it is backed by a lot of research with a practical, real-world approach.” “The ProgramDirector is approachable, authentic and helpful when sharing his insights. Overall, I wouldhighly recommend this Program to my colleagues and peers (rated 5 out of 5).”Danny Tan, Manager (Group Finance) of Gallant Ventures Limited“It is an eye opener for me. With this seminar, I can learn about how companies scale upsuccessfully.”Ratnawati, Corporate Accounts Manager of Gallant Ventures Limited“I have increased my knowledge as a result of taking this Program.” “Overall, I find theProgram beneficial to me and my company and I would highly recommend this Program tomy colleagues and peers (rated 5 out of 5).”Sun Yi, Managing Director of Sunnic Pte LtdSome Testimonials from Participants
11《竹经：经商经世离不得立根创新》nnovatorBambooR.E.S.-ilience in Value CreationContactKB Kee“Give me a lever long enough and a place to stand and I’ll move the world,” says Aristotle. The long leverwe choose to innovate in the world is hopefully the Bamboo; the place where we stand is Emptiness - whenwe empty our heart of prejudices, pride and fear, we become open to the possibilities to innovate – andEmptiness is rooted in Kindness and Trust.Bamboo Innovator Institute is set up to establish the thought leadership of resilient value creators aroundthe world. Koon Boon has been rooted in the principles of value investing for over a decade as a fundmanager and analyst in the Asian capital markets. He was a fund manager and head of research/analyst at aSingapore-based investment management organization dedicated to the craft of value investing in Asia. Hehad been with the firm since 2002 and was also part of the core investment committee in significantlyoutperforming the index in the 10-year-plus flagship Asian fund. He was previously the portfolio managerfor Asia-Pacific equities at Korea’s largest mutual fund company. He received his Masters in Finance (magnacum laude) and double degree in Accountancy and Business Management (both summa cum laude) fromthe Singapore Management University (SMU). He had taught accounting at his alma mater in SMU andlectures at SIM University for working professionals. He had published cutting-edge empirical research inthe Special Issue of Istanbul Stock Exchange 25th Year Anniversary of the Boğaziçi Journal, Review of Socialand Economic Studies, as well as wrote articles about value investing and corporate governance in themedia. He had also presented in top banking and finance conferences in Sydney, Cape Town, HK, Beijing andin the recent Emerging Value Summit 2013. He is also an internationally-featured value investor inGreatinvestors.TV and BeyondProxy.com. He had trained CEOs, entrepreneurs, CFOs, managementexecutives in business strategy, macroeconomic and industry trends in Singapore, HK and China.email@example.com