As the largest source of new employment, new industries, innovations, and solutions to social and environmental problems, startups have become this planet’s most significant disruptive force. With that kind of pedigree, it’s no surprise that investors are feverishly searching for promising ideas among the globe’s 582 million entrepreneurs. So, how do you thrive in a world ruled by startups? If you’re contemplating one, it pays to make sure your idea is on-trend. Already in a promising Malaysian startup? Then it’s hypercritical that your product or service caters to rapidly evolving market values while making smart innovation decisions. Join the futurist himself as he
Identify startup opportunities driven by a framework of eight Ubertrends.
Apply quintile analysis techniques to identify trends of merit.
Relate startup ideas to changes in consumer behavior.
Distinguish the three main categories of innovation.
Solve top startup pain points, such as co-founder matching and managing venture capital.
Speaker: Michael Tchong, Futurist & Author of Ubertrends, USA