Keezel collected $ 325,000 using crowdfunding

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This is how Keezel earned $ 325,000 using crowdfunding

Keezel used a six months preparation time for its crowdfunding campaign.

Keezel is a startup that makes boxes for everyone who wants to internet safely and anonymously via WIFI.

How the team managed to own $ 325,000 within a few weeks?

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Let’s boost the creativity for product innovation

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Children are not afraid to make mistakes and have a rich imagination. They are nimble thinkers, who often come up with creative solutions. During a project, which lasted about six months, eventually 58 new concepts have been developed, from which eight patents have emerged!

Good ideas are vital for any business, and often you just have to grab them. Organizations that know how, are in the lead.

The life cycle of products is under considerable pressure. In less than half a century, the life cycle has been reduced by a factor of four! Therefore,  organizations are forced to break new ground.

The most successful ones, use the inventiveness of their clients, the fresh eyes of young people, and high ceilings! Read More

Speech? say everything without saying anything

marketing, speech, TED, presentation

Stephen Will great speech

Sometimes satire better than reality. That has been proven during the hilarious TED talk by Stephen Will, online since July and has been watched 170,000 times. We can learn a lot from Stephen.

The speaker considers many proven techniques of presentation mercilessly ridiculed, and in the meantime applies them all . He uses humor and a props, he varies his intonations and speech rhythm, plays with the expectations of his audience. That same public stays involved because he is a classic tension and appoints what he is doing (in the theater they call it deconstruction). Read More

The power of vulnerability during your speech

Natalie Portman, Speech, Presentation, Marketing

Actress Natalie Portman has been shown her vulnerable site to graduates

A good presentation is not the one on your USB stick. A good presentation is given by yourself. It is tempting to ask a colleague to make some slides for you, or to limit yourself to a standard story.

This is better:

dare to make something yourself to see and use your own background to bring an even better about the message. You don’t have to start with your message at the very beginning (preferably not), incorporate it into your story! Read More