Check the new section on my company web-site http://valleywizard.com/for-startups/
We added a separate section on our web-site – “For Startups” http://valleywizard.com/for-startups/. We introduce a number of services for companies, projects and teams that only started their business journey. We are here to help startups overcome the death valley and become successful eventually.
We all know about the three sources of funds for startups. They are usually referred to as “the three F’s” – friends, family, fools. In the best case scenario these funds will cover the prototype creation, which is vital and cool. But still you will not have enough funds to hire professional marketers to help you grow. Marketing is the blood system of every company. Inbound marketing is vital for every company that wants to grow high and fast.
If you are a US company, I doubt that you will be able to hire even a lousy marketer for $60K annually. If you are a non-US company, than you are even in more difficult and dangerous position as you will need an expert in the US market. In both cases Valley Wizard is here to help you. We are experts in digital marketing solutions. We are experts in North America business and market and we are credible and have a good reputation in Silicon Valley. And we are very startup-friendly. We want to grow with you. We want to help you grow and prosper. We promise to boost your bottom line!
We crafted some packs to make it easier for you to understand how we can help you. Every pack will be customised and tailored to the needs and necessities of the company we work with. Choose the one you think will fit you and contact us to make it happen!
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Tagged business, communication, digital marketing, inbound marketing, innovations, intellect, service thinking, startup, startups
I first got exposed to service science while at Hult on my MBA program. Brilliant professors and just cool guys Jeff Saperstein and Hunter Hastings were those visionary guys who brought the subject to the business school. They gathered together the best minds from our MBA class. It was truly diverse multicultural and multiexperience community. We firsts learnt the basics: the six principles of service thinking which laid the foundation of Hunter’s and Jeff’s future book. The six principles are: 1) co-creation of value, 2) service systems, 3) componentised business architecture, 4) global-mobile-social, or Glo-Mo-So as we used to call it, 5) Run-Transform-Innovate, 6) multisided metrics. Later on the seventh principles was added to the framework: service=experience.
Having spent four weeks learning the basics we moved to practice. We were split into teams and assigned to different companies and different mentors. We worked for IBM, Cisco, SAP and ISSIP. Some of us worked on gamification, some on Watson initiative, others on social collaboration platforms. My team worked with a brilliant scientist, service champion and business expert Jim Spohrer. Jim was the guy who started his day answering emails somewhere at 5am or even earlier. Interestingly, being so busy he always had time to tweet something, answer emails, Skype calls and even in-person meetings. This project was a c0-creation of value at its best. We were able to utilise the best frameworks to answer the most beneficial solution to the problem.
Our project with service innovation principles ended with a Hackathon at IBM Innovation Center in Santa Clara were we met a lot of IBMers who shared their experiences and ideas with us. An unforgettable and great experience!
Posted in Business school, California, ISSIP, MBA, San Francisco, service innovation, service thinking, Silicon Valley
Tagged hackathon, hult, IBM, innovations, ISSIP, Jim Spohrer, service thinking