Find The Love and See The Big Picture - Founder-Centric F-Day at UCL SMILE

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  • <Spoiler: it’s founder time & attention. Do less!>\n
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  • <At Habit, we were constantly torn between serving big brands and small businesses>\n
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  • <At Nvana, we built ton of features which hid our one must-have use-case>\n
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  • <We were featured live on Rachael Ray, but didn’t have the retention to keep any users>\n
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  • <Changing one part of your business model almost always ripples through the rest>\n
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  • [Seriously!]\n
  • [Let’s start by figuring out what current airline business models look like, and where they are strong and weak]\n

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  • 1. What’s the most precious resource for a startup?
  • 2. You’ve got a ton of options
  • 3. Early stage strategy is findingthe few that matter
  • 4. Where’s thelove?
  • 5. We obsess overthe details
  • 6. And miss the big picture
  • 7. My 1st product inTitle TextBody Level One front of 2.5mm liveBody Level TwoBody Level Three viewersBody Level FourBody Level Five
  • 8. Marketing success!
  • 9. Business fail.
  • 10. We wanted more users, sowe marketed...
  • 11. ...which was renderedworthless by our retention
  • 12. We had abig picture problem!
  • 13. Osterwalder’s Business Model Canvas is the big picture
  • 14. Your business model has holes
  • 15. Stuff’s goingwrong...Let’s embrace it!
  • 16. Test the scarybits first(not the fun bits)
  • 17. Changing somethingchanges everything
  • 18. A “simple”change
  • 19. You can’t thinkabout any one partwithout thinkingabout the rest
  • 20. Imagine the tension between the retention and revenue teams!
  • 21. So let’s say we want to launch a new airline How shall we begin?