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Đại dịch đã đi qua, một mùa hè nữa lại đến. Nhưng bạn vẫn chưa sẵn sàng để biến ý tưởng trong đầu mình thành hiện thực vì:
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❗️Chưa có kế hoạch rõ ràng để phát triển doanh nghiệp của mình??
Đừng lo, Khóa đào tạo khởi nghiệp Seeding Camp sẽ trở lại cùng phiên bản online hoàn toàn mới cùng chủ đề: "INCLUSIVE BUSINESS - KINH DOANH BAO TRÙM" sẽ mang đến cho bạn chìa khóa khai mở cánh cửa khởi nghiệp với:
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Pandemic has passed, another summer comes. But you're still not ready to turn the idea in your head into reality because:
Don't worry, Seeding Camp startup training course will come back with a completely new online version with the theme: "INCLUSIVE BUSINESS - INCLUDING BUSINESS " will give you the key to open the door to start up with:
Register Online Seeding Camp 07 today at: https://bit.ly/301RXJC
Receive a 10% discount ON EARLY REGISTRATION TICKET from now until June 12, 2020
Class 1: June 27 (9:00 - 17:00)
Class 2: July 1 (20:00 - 22:00)
Class 3: 05/07 (9:00 - 17:00)
Form: Learning via online platform - Zoom
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For innovators from all over the world: lead change in the aviation and travel industry with Singapore Airlines AppChallenge, 6th edition with ten challenge statements and six themes.
Whether you are a startup from anywhere in the world, or a full-time tertiary student studying in Singapore, join in leading the change for the new world now!
This challenge is an opportunity for startups at the forefront of innovation to work with the world’s leading airline and be part of the driving force in changing the way we travel. This year, Singapore Airlines is in the search of startups with the most innovative solutions to ten Problem Statements across six Challenge Themes.
Finalists will be invited to pitch to Singapore Airlines senior management and top executives. Solutions with business potential will be fast-tracked into the SIA Accelerator Programme, where startups will build a Proof-of-Concept of their solution with the airlines.
Application period: 1st June – 12th July
Challenge Themes and Problem Statements
Theme 1: Seamless Travel Experience
Theme 2: People and Operations
Theme 3: Beyond Travel
How can we enable new shopping experiences at physical touchpoints through personal mobile devices?
Theme 4: Travelling in the New Norm
How can we build robust capabilities that address customers’ concerns on their health and safety across their travel journey, both on ground and in flight?
Theme 5: New Business Opportunities
How can we leverage SIA’s assets and global brand to launch new products, services and businesses that are adjacent to and complement our core business?
Theme 6: Sustainability
How can we develop new approaches to broaden our sustainability initiatives?
Organizers are seeking startups from all around the world across various stages (Pre-Seed to Series A), from any industry with a relevant technology or solution that addresses our problem statements.
Up to five startups from the Grand Finale round will fast-track implementing their solutions through the SIA Accelerator Programme:
12th June 4pm SGT
Singapore Airlines takes you on a deep dive of the problem statements. And hear insights from 2019's finalists, Ismo from "Vim.Ai". Sign up link: bit.ly/SIARoadshow1
19th June 930am SGT
Singapore Airlines takes you on a deep dive of the problem statements. Hear insights from 2019's finalists, Kevin from "Dreamworld AR". Sign up link: bit.ly/SIARoadshow2
29th June 4pm SGT
NUS Enterprise Innovation Roundtable - Uncover opportunities when travel restarts
A panel discussion with industry leaders on the opportunities and trends in the post-CoVid world.
Sign up link: bit.ly/InnovationRoundtable
8th July 4pm SGT
In our final roadshow for this series, join the Krislab and one of 2019's finalist, Amos from "Rubiq", in an Ask-Me-Anything session! Sign up link: bit.ly/SIARoadshow4
Application period: 1st June – 12th July
Join 2020 Social Impact Business Forum, bringing together unique experiences:
Date: June 13, 2020
Time: 9AM - 3PM
Contact: Ms. Hong - +84904108896 - email@example.com
#IES2020 #inclusivebusiness #leavenoonebehind #GieoCungSeedPlanter
Diễn đàn Doanh nghiệp Tạo tác động xã hội 2020 (Chủ đề Kinh doanh bao trùm) với phiên bản online cấp tiến, quy tụ những trải nghiệm độc đáo CHƯA TỪNG CÓ, chắc chắn sẽ dắt bạn đi từ ngạc nhiên này tới ngạc nhiên khác . Hãy cùng Seed Planter khám phá 05 điều đặc biệt trong phiên bản 2020 này nhé:
SEED PLANTER SẺ CHIA. Hè rồi - mình gieo thôi bạn nhỉ!
Nhận ngay ưu đãi 50% vé đăng ký sớm tại IES 2020 (giới hạn dành cho 50 bạn đầu tiên thanh toán thành công)
Thời gian tổ chức: 9AM - 3PM, 13/06/2020
Liên hệ hợp tác: Ms. Hồng +84904108896 - firstname.lastname@example.org
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Vietnam retail store (modern trade) status 2020
Vietnam’s retail store landscape has changed drastically. Although there are more modern trade stores, we see the turmoil as some increased their store numbers while others face restructurings.
Source: Q&Me Asia Plus, Inc
Thị trường bán lẻ ở Việt Nam năm 2020
Thị trường bán lẻ ở Việt Nam đã và đang thay đổi rất nhanh. Chúng tôi nhìn thấy rõ sự cạnh tranh khốc liệt khi một số nhãn hàng đang tăng số lượng cửa hàng của mình thì số khác phải đối mặt với việc tái cấu trúc
Nguồn: Q&Me Asia Plus, Inc
You can't pay your mentors and advisors now, but you're thankful for their guidance, and you want to recognize that in a non-cash method.
This article outlines:
"The guide to advisor shares" was created in collaboration with Carta and Wilson Sonsini, a premier law firm; together they prepared an in depth guide to finding advisors, and offering to advisors a share in your company. Take a look at the full article, then come back here and comment on the post.
We like this series of articles from Metabeta detailing the findings and insights from a research study carried on more than 170 accelerators.
Part 1: The major challenge for 2 out of 3 accelerators
Part 2: Does industry focus guarantee better deals?
Part 3: Who's fault is it usually when there's little reporting?
Part 4: Is education is essential for incubation AND acceleration?
Part 5: Mentoring beyond bragging rights and looking good.
Part 6: Private Accelerators: Are they performing better?
Part 7: University Accelerators: Are there advantages?
Part 8: Bringing it all together: Accelerator Success Metrics
We are excited to announce GIST TechConnect on Emerging Trends in Startup Investing coming 14 May, 2020.
Not only will we have the live-streamed TechConnect at our regular time (15:00 UTC), but we will also have a rebroadcast (with live chat expert) at a time specifically chosen to better accommodate our IHubs in Asia and the Pacific (see below).
This GIST TechConnect will be live-streamed alongside the virtual Angel Capital Association (ACA) Summit.
The ACA represents over 14,000 angel investors and over 250 investment groups within North America.
Description: Across the globe, early-stage investment in science and technology-based startups has grown exponentially. The investment ecosystem is evolving and becoming much more sophisticated, which has had an increasingly positive impact on startups. As the ecosystem continues to grow, it’s imperative for startups to understand the emerging trends in angel investing, corporate investing, venture capital, financial institutions, and government investment. Learning best practices for leveraging these resources for their growth is vital for securing capital. Tune into the next GIST TechConnect to gain a global perspective on the direction of early-stage investments.
Date and time: 14 May 22:00 ICT (GMT+7) Hanoi, Vietnam Time
Click the button for information, and watch that page for the registration link!
Comprehensive report of how the youth (18-25 years old) in Vietnam thinks, behaves and plays.
8 Speakers, 8 Lessons, 8 Minutes
Enabling Cross-Border Entrepreneurship in Asia
18:00 – 21:00, April 18th (Sat), 2020 (GMT+7) | Online
WHAT EVERY AMBITIOUS STARTUP NEEDS TO KNOW
Inspired by the experiences of the highs, lows, fun, and pressure that make up life at a startup.
[Adapted and shortened - please read the original at the source linked below]
If you read one book on executive self-management read: The Effective Executive by Peter Drucker.
Anyone who has responsibility for getting the right things done is an executive.
#1: Manage Yourself"
That one can truly manage other people is by no means adequately proven," Drucker writes, "But one can always manage oneself." How can you possibly expect others to perform at the highest levels without first expecting that of yourself? If you want the average performance of those around you to go up, you must first improve your own performance.
#2: Do what you're made for
We are all incompetent at most things. The question is not how to turn incompetence into excellence, but to ask, "What can a person do uncommonly well?" Your responsibility is to know your competence—what you can do very well, what you are made for and align your life and work to it. "To focus on weakness is not only foolish; it is irresponsible," says Drucker. Do what you're made for, but then get better and better; eradicate weakness, yes, but only within strength.
#3: Work how you work best (and let others do the same)
If you're a tool put here on this Earth to be useful, how does the tool best work? Per Drucker, we are made for ways of working the same way we are right-handed or left-handed. No one but you can take responsibility to leverage how you best work, and the sooner you do, the more years you have to gain.
#4: Count your time, and make it count
What gets measured gets managed. How can we manage our time if we don't measure where our time goes? Make your time count. The "secret" of people who do so many things, writes Drucker, is that they do only one thing at a time; they refuse to let themselves be squandered away in "small driblets [that] are no time at all." This requires the discipline to consolidate time into blocks, of three types. 1) create unbroken blocks for individual think time, during the most clear-thinking time of day for you; these pockets of quietude might be only 90 minutes, but even the busiest executive must do them with regularity. 2) create intervals of unstructured time for people and the random things that come up. 3) only take meetings that matter (see next tip for how to do this)
#5: Prepare better meetings
Effective people make the most of meetings, and do this with consistent discipline. Prepare: have a clear purpose in mind ("why are we having this meeting?") and disciplined follow-up. Don’t waste other peoples time. And while we must all lead or join meetings, they should be limited to those meetings that result in the most useful work.
#6: Don't make 100 decisions when 1 will work
The most effective people find the patterns within chaos. We rarely face truly unique, one-off decisions. And there is a cost to good decision: it requires 1) argument and debate; 2) time for reflection and concentration; and, 3) energy expended to ensure superb execution. Make a fewer bigger decisions that apply to a large number of situations, to find a pattern within—in short, to go from chaos to concept.
[Warren Buffett learned to ignore possibilities as background noise. Instead, he makes a fewer, bigger decisions—such as to shift from buying mediocre companies at cheap prices to buying great companies at good prices. He repeated that decision. “Inactivity can be intelligent behavior”: contrast this with those who make hundreds of minor decisions with no big concept (strategy).]
#7: Find your one, big distinctive impact
Identify one, big thing that would most contribute to the future of your firm, and orchestrate getting it done. What is your one absolutely fundamental contribution that would not happen without you?
#8: Stop what you would not start now
Clear the clutter. Do not starve opportunity because you are busy with small problems resulting from past mistakes. If it were a decision today to start something you are already in (to enter a business, to hire a person, to institute a policy, to launch a project, etc.), would you do it today? If not, then stop doing it now.
#9: Run lean
The accomplishments of one good human resource in a key position are much larger than all the combined accomplishment of dividing the seat among multiple not-so-good people. Get better people, give them big things to do, enlarge responsibilities, let them work. Resist temptation to redesign positions to personalities. The fewer people, the smaller, less activity inside, the more nearly perfect is the organization.
#10: Be useful
You to spend a lot of energy on the question of how to be successful. But that is the wrong question.The question is: how to be useful!” What will your work add up to? How will other people's lives be changed? What difference will it make?
Read the full article at jimcollins.com (Jim Collins, May 17, 2016)