Like it or not, the way we know and do business is changing. Many companies don’t understand ‘digital’ and feel vulnerable. They see innovation as a ‘techie’ thing and typically get a website, post a blog and be on social media.
Like it or not, business is changing and SME’s feel vulnerable in the ‘New economy’. Digital to many SME’s means a website, a blog and some social media. They see innovation as a ‘techie’ thing.
But really, it’s an incredible borderless opportunity for SME’s who are brave to re-imagine their business models. Business & Tech innovation go hand-in-hand to transform, grow, thrive and optimise business.
So are you of the view that AirBNB is choking the hotel industry, or is it helping the hospitality business to reinvent itself?
We believe in the latter. We help SME’s & their support systems to believe and act that way by
1. Enabling established companies to re-imagine growth or respond competitively by transforming old brick-and-mortar business models to newer click-and-mortar ones.
2. Encouraging innovative firms to storm established markets, build sound commercialization strategies and sustainable revenue models.
Re-imagine to grow
Bring Startup thinking to your business.
Digitise to grow
Go Click-and-Mortarfrom Brick and Mortar.
Commercialise to grow
Monetise your idea, price to sustain.
Innovate to Grow
Empower not sell, Engage not serve, Value not price.
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Disruption has become something of a buzzword[..]
- 2.Companies rarely die from moving too fast, and they frequently die from moving too slowly
Incumbents needn’t be victims of disruption[..]
- 3.Banks are extinct … oh no, they’re not
Curating the daily news yesterday, I was surprised[..]
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