Lessons from Silicon Valley: Where do great ideas come from?
How does Silicon Valley consistently produce successful, innovative ideas?
In many different industries, generating innovative ideas has become a primary focus of business. And, for those that master it, a critical advantage in a competitive market. But what does it take to move the needle?
Silicon Valley is famed for its innovation, but what’s the secret sauce? Is there one? And what can we learn from the likes of Google, Apple and Facebook?
Jonathan Levav is a professor of marketing at Stanford School of Business in California, which has a longstanding relationship with ‘the Valley’. Through his research into consumer behaviour and work alongside some of the most innovative businesses in the world, he has identified patterns that any business, no matter their sector, can use to generate both incremental and disruptive innovations.
Courtesy of event partners Brabners, Growth Platform, RSM UK and The Lead Agency, Jonathan will be crossing the Atlanticto host a special one-off talk at Liverpool’s Hope Street Hotel on Friday 8 November. He’ll discuss the common patterns Silicon Valley companies use to create great ideas – and how they can be applied to your business.
Among his insights, Jonathan will reveal the value of thinking inside the box – rather than out. Explain why a blank canvas and maverick non-conformist aren’t essential. And discuss the importance of not fearing failure.
It is an event not to be missed, especially if you aspire to disrupt an established market or avoid being left behind by the competition.
There are a limited number of tickets available, so please book ASAP to avoid disappointment.
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