Money Never Enough , ibookstore

Money Never Enough , ibookstore
Money Never Enough

Sunday, 25 June 2017

Disrupt Old Money Making Ideas , Reinvent to Transform your Business



Given  this time of rapid global change ,it is important  that  all individuals works to  address new innovation and  seize  new opportunities happening every day  , anywhere .
Business in the  developed world  has  progressively  move  into a new era where new technologies and funding  possibilities are  driving  disruptive  trends  creating a new look into the sharing economy  and revolutionize  the  ways innovators  manage  new ideas in implementation  and manufacturing .

From the  popular  crowdfunding financial services like Kickstarter, office space sharing through  PivotDesk , transport  service rendered by Uber , educational services  on Skillshare   ,  childcare and household assistance  through co-ops such as   Taskrabbit   and  more localized services   like Rapid  Prototyping incubation  centers  , F&B  delivering   platform  and even  bicycle sharing services  , the sharing economy  is now very much  acceptable to  most empowered consumers  for  many sectors.
The   new frugal  innovative  business concept behind  the  sharing economy provides a way to use an asset less expensively or with  frugality  than has ever been possible before and yet  allow service providers  to  gain some incremental income from  customer’s service purchase   and benefits the customers who  also gain from being able to  access to product and services  that  they require  when they need them without the burden of owning them.
This new  emergence of peer-to-peer sharing  companies  such as Airbnb,  Mobike and Uber  has been one of the more intriguing  developments  in recent  years both for  online web  development   but also  in  this new sharing  economy.  They have brought  on the  overhauling the traditional concept of business versus consumer by enabling  users  to offer up their assets   like  their  apartments, cars or  teaching  skills in return for monetary gains .

But it could mean bad news  for  most  traditional businesses that fail  to  transform  or reinvent to adapt . The sharing economy  are creating new economic  value  and disrupting current established industry  players.  There is a gradual  shift occurring and I  believe  all industries will be or are already  being affected   by this change
The understanding   and  practice of disruptive  innovation should be taken  as a priority –as market  leaders   must believe   newly developed  product or services  eventually will displaces  established competitors–should be   under  every marketing leader’s agenda.  
  


Ignoring this basic belief could make your company the next diminishing   service provider . Businesses need to rev up their innovation engines quickly because they are losing market share and brand security with each passing day
This  book  will  provide  a fresh  perspective  on innovation and change  , identifying   and gauging  how  fast  innovation  model will be adopted and  understand the  psychology of  business disruption and   explain  just  how to  reinvent  concepts and ideas  from the start  but ways  to continuously    meet today’s  constantly   challenging  market’s competitive environment .   Beside  it  will  provide   insight   on    Crowdfunding which   offer  new avenues  for  funding  new  products  or    startups  and  the   ease  of using such platforms  to   getting   new  business   financially  sound  and  readied  for  their venture  which  could also  be  attached with a steep learning curve.


Many startup  ventures  may  find themselves  caught  into  unfamiliar territories   without the real knowledge of choosing a platform, crafting a pitch and attracting investors, it  will teach  entrepreneurs  to  look at options variables   including the possibility  to create  genuine  “ Buy- In”  venture around  their  ideas  and initiatives   that will  help them  speed up  or  slow down  the transformation of their   business  ,   taking the right  kind of  risk  , learning to harness  the power   and unpredictability of disruption    

Wednesday, 30 December 2015