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Checklist: 10 common pitfalls why your business will fail. (by @nickdemey)

by Founder at Board of Innovation on Oct 15, 2012

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What is wrong with your business idea? Here are 10 cases to learn from.

What is wrong with your business idea? Here are 10 cases to learn from.

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  • dkolmer dkolmer Decent presentation but overall I agree with Vitomir. There ARE already fridges in Korea that order food when you are low. It works very well and is very popular. Also rent DVD's locally? Redbox does just that. 11 months ago
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  • rstraker rstraker Re: DVD Kiosks. Ever hear of Red Box? Don't think something is going to go away everywhere at the same time for everybody ... And business models can adapt with changing opportunities. 1 year ago
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  • foundryprogram Luc Lalande, Co-Founder at True Innovators I totally agree with Vitomir. We have to raise the bar as to what constitutes a 'good idea'. Saying 'Ideas are worthless, execution matters' misses the point. If ideas were instead thought more in terms of path direction, good execution would help refine them (or abandon them) as you move forward. We need more nuanced thinking about this topic. If ideas were better 'designed' to be actionable in the first place (e.g., as a testable hypothesis) then your execution would not only be more efficient but yield better insights for future iterations. To say that (all) ideas are 'worthless' does no one any service especially for innovator-entrepreneurs. 1 year ago
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  • vitomirrasic Vitomir Rašić, Product and Innovation Manager at DataStation Innovation Cloud Not impressed with this one. Very few ideas exampled here are attractive at all. I want to see how do you encourage and nurture good ones. It's easy to kill ideas, to recognize and develop promising is the real challenge. Maybe next Slide will deal with it? Best, Vitomir, DataStation 1 year ago
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