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About me🔹Head of BD @ Montonio (Fintech)
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CEO of $36B fintech startup Stripe - Patrick Collison - listed most ambitious projects that were done fastest. The list includes crazy projects such as:
THE PENTAGON: The construction of the world's largest office building took only 491 days. When asked when something was needed, project lead Brehon Somervell's response was "the day before yesterday".
DISNEYLAND: From 1st shovel to 1st ticket, the construction of “The Happiest Place on Earth” took just 366 days to complete.
IPOD: Steve Jobs hired Tony Fadell to create the iPod in late January 2001. Shipment of the first production iPod to customers took place in November 2001, around 290 days after getting started.
Is there a secret sauce of ambitious projects getting done fast?
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As a serial entrepreneur and investor, I have seen thousands business ideas, some of them turned out to a very successful companies, others - failed. I am happy to bounce ideas with you and give you my honest and independent feedback.
Buying Groups -
Typically, a buying group attracts membership from independent retailers, cooperative groups and even branded chains. In South Africa, a new(ish) act outlaws discounting & rebates based on sheer volume. Discounts (incl. by any other name) need to be provable that they're derivded from efficiencies.
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I can help you with the following
Sales 101 & where to start
staying authentic, finding your own style
books & recommended resources for further reading
Konstantin KrausWorld Economic Forum Global Shaper teaching soft skills