I help creative and social entrepreneurs turn ideas into products and services that sell and create legions of raving fans.
Ever wondered what Bill Drayton, Blake Mycoskie, and Jeffrey Hollender have in common?
They all built and scaled successful businesses with a passion to do good and make the world a better place. Each of them brought ideas to the market and converted them into products and services that people wanted, related to, loved, and wanted. In this process, they created legions of raving fans of their products and services and impacted the world in positive ways.
What if you had a guide who knows what it takes to create this kind of entrepreneurial success and who can help you navigate this tricky terrain?
With a background in intellectual property law, including countless hours of research into creativity, human-centered innovation, design thinking, and the blue ocean strategy, I can guide you though this terrain confidently. You'll come out on the other end a market leader and making an impact.
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Creative and social entrepreneurs come up with innovative solutions to society's most challenging social, cultural, and environmental problems. Like you, they are ambitious, passionate, persistent, and filled with inspiring ideas. These three pillars of success ensure that you have the right strategies in place to support your vision of making money and doing good at the same time.
Understand your sources of income. Will you be generating income yourself and allocating profits as you see fit? If not, what are your fundraising strategies that will allow you to produce your product or service and have an impact at the same time?
Accelerate your development and growth through collaboration. Are you partnering with other actors in the market to maximize your impact? If not, how can you find these actors and establish some partnerships? How are you capitalizing on the expertise and resources of other social or private enterprises and public institutions?
Evaluating your impact appropriately is essential to finding partners and supporters of your vision. What are the proper evaluation criteria that will allow you to measure your impact? What methodology will you use to measure impact? How are you evaluating quantitative and qualitative impact?
Every person is creative. I serve people with innovative ideas who want to make the world a better place through their business. My company's mission is to empower people so that they have the courage to pursue their dreams of bringing innovative products and services to the market. My goal is to support social innovation to address poverty, hunger, and climate change through my own business practices.
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The Idea to Successful Commercialization High-Impact Program takes creative and social entrepreneurs from ldeation to the launch of products and services that customers love. Your entrepreneurial success is guaranteed in this program.