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Social Media and Innovation For University Students

  1. 1. SOCIAL MEDIAAND PURE INNOVATIONB.E.I CONFERENCE 2013.A PRESENTATION BY MUTHURI KINYAMU
  2. 2. Social Media ClubsCONCEPTUALIZED AND LAUNCHED
  3. 3. Who is in your network?1.Who are they?2.What do they share?3.What do you share with them?4.Can I tell who you are or whatyou do by looking at what youpost?5.How often do you log in?6.What do you do?
  4. 4. 1. Assume that every employer isconstantly looking at your profiles!2. It is not just photos of drunkennessand inappropriate comments.3.Keep social networks distinct.4. Broadcast things that you’ve read,think about professional interests.5. Do not be stupid/boring- give value!!
  5. 5. The man who is really going to be educated, whointends to know, is going to stay with it until it isdone.
  6. 6. A vital part of a university education is the experience of meetingother students, being inspired by new ideas, opportunity tosocialize, lead an organization, play sport and have fun while at it!
  7. 7. THINK. CREATE. LAUNCH!
  8. 8. 1. Think Differently1. Constantly challengeconventional wisdom.2. Create novel solutions.3. Outwit the competition.4. Have the creative spirit!5. Talk to someone!!!!!!!
  9. 9. 2. Pain KillersPick the one thing that isof burning importance tothe customer then delightthem with a compellingsolution. Customers willonly buy a simple productwith a singular valueproposition
  10. 10. 3.Clarity of PurposeSummarize thecompany’s USP andtie it to yourbusiness model.
  11. 11. 4. The TeamValue teamwork overshowmanship.A company’s DNA is set in thefirst 90 days.“A” level founders attract an “A”level team.Teams are the secret to long-term success.
  12. 12. 5. SpeedThink BIG-start SMALLJust do it!
  13. 13. 6. Large MarketsAddress existingmarkets poised forrapid growth orchange.Serve a niche market.

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