Mr. Know-it-all is a myth.
I would say, you are WRONG.
I had this gone ape obsession to know everything about things/places, whichever/wherever I stepped in.
There’s a loop that sometimes plays in my head saying: If you aren’t knowledgeable enough to do something on your own, then, you aren’t capable of trying it out.
At a point, I understood that being aware enough, does the magic. Well, for me it took several years and a few dares.
Healthy. Should be.
If you’re that person, who has a conceived concept or wants to develop a product for your business, yet thinks you’re not techie enough for product development, take this quiz. You’ll have a whole new perspective on product development at the end of this blog, my word.
Let me shoot out the questions,
1. Have you got an innovative idea?
a) Yes, I do
b) No, but I wish I did have one
c) It’s a subject of discussion
2. Do you possess market research survey reports of your competitors?
a) They are all set
b) Yet to begin
c) In progress; incomplete
3. Have you identified the gaps of your existing competitors?
b) No clue
c) Assistance required
4. Do you have the financial capacity or the right investors to carry out the product development?
a) Not a problem, unless I get the desired output
b) The investor has to approve the idea
c) Have to discuss other possible options
Thank you for taking the quiz.
Your chosen options, or even if your choices might have varied, InfoWave, decades-young product development center, is out there to help you in either case.
Yes. That’s what I just said.
Within the premises of InfoWave: techie(s) (definition) – people who possess a basic knowledge about the product development; or the one who got an innovative idea; or the one who crave to develop a product that sets a new origin, be it for their startup or existing business.
That does it!
InfoWave wishes to consult and work along with you, to convert your idea or business model into a product.
Discover us, http://www.infowaveglobal.com/products.
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