Only Great Ideas Spread!


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Often Entrepreneurs struggle in convincing investors, customers and themselves about the exciting ideas they have. Small presentation followed by a blogpost might help them understand the small trick behind Spreading the Great Idea!

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  • I will start with the basic argument about who is an entrepreneur in simple words.
  • Passion is the key for any entrepreneurs to keep surviving in challenging environment.
  • Every entrepreneur needs these four basic skills.
  • I will speak about the important of a practical and exciting idea.
  • It is important to check these three points to ensure the validity of a BIG Idea
  • This concept was introduced by Seth Godin. It’s a way to tell that an entrepreneur should have remarkable and unique ideas.
  • Only superb ideas, implemented carefully will be able to meet the customer needs. Customer do not have much time, there are many products / services chasing the small time he has.
  • I will talk about the importance of creativity here.
  • Two examples of how simple creativity could be.
  • How did wonder bread become worlds largest bread marketing company.
  • Some interesting quotes from Steve Jobs. Will explain exactly what these mean in narrative.
  • Thank You!
  • Only Great Ideas Spread!

    1. 1. Ideas That Spread! Hammad Siddiqui Twitter: @hammads
    2. 2. Position yourself as an EntrepreneurBusinessman thinks for today – An entrepreneur has a longterm visionFor Businessman incremental growth is good - Anentrepreneur focuses on exponential growthBusinessman is cheeky - An entrepreneurs is customerfocusedBusinessman considers promotion as liability – Anentrepreneur thinks it as an investment
    3. 3. Your Biggest Challenge is…
    4. 4. You Need 4 Key Skills Ability to Ability to Ability to Ability to Market aInnovate (or Implement understand product, create) your Ideas numbers service or idea
    5. 5. Biggest Success Factor
    6. 6. Is your big idea big enoughFind out really fast if an idea would work- -if it does not, move on and find a new one See if your idea is not only unique but remarkable Is you marketing strategy cool enough
    7. 7. There are More Choices – Less Time!
    8. 8. Be Creative! Creativity is not about CreatingSomething new, its about giving a new experience Richard Branson
    9. 9. Seven Lessons from Steve JobsChanging you mind is truly a sign of intelligenceExperts are generally cluelessValue is not equal to PriceDesign CountsA-players hire A+ PlayersJump to the next curveEntrepreneurs - SHIP
    10. 10. Narrative of this presentation is available on the following link