Monday, 14 June
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Gone are the days when everyone’s dream was to become President or walk on the moon. Now, it’s to start a company of our own, preferably one that achieves that elusive “unicorn” status and is worth a billion dollars in a span of a couple of years. With success stories like Facebook, Airbnb, and, for a name that rings closer to home, Grab, it’s hard not to lament “Why didn’t I think of that?”.
If you have asked that question, you’ve started on the wrong foot. Couldas, wouldas, shouldas about an existing company would not get aspiring entrepreneurs anywhere. The right thing to do is to look for opportunities that are still out there to solve problems that still plague a specific group of people.
While we might not be able to gift you the next billion-dollar idea, our speaker might have a pretty good idea about how you can come up with one. In this session, we’ll walk you through some common mistakes founders make when coming up with startup ideas and how to avoid them, tips for generating ideas, and how to evaluate and narrow down from a list of ideas to find the one with the most potential to continue.
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