Large Markets And Entrepreneurship

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In today’s Q&A session, we have two questions; the first one is about large markets and start-ups, and the second one is about entrepreneurship and how you become one.

The first person asked, “Is having a large market better for a start-up?”. So, in this part, I tackle points such as:

  • The difference between selling a product and selling a service;
  • The general advantages and disadvantages of large markets;
  • What you should focus on when trying to target your customers;
  • The importance of feedback and market research;

The second person asked, “How do I know if I’m made to be an entrepreneur?”. This is a question I find very close to my heart, so I give you a comprehensive, detailed approach on how I see entrepreneurship versus how it’s traditionally defined. I share my knowledge and experience and how I have gone from thinking an entrepreneur is a business owner to focusing on the importance of the entrepreneurial mindset. In this part, I tackle points such as:

  • What does being an entrepreneur mean;
  • Are you action-driven/Do you want to be an entrepreneur;
  • What owning a business means and what role is perfect for you;
  • How you can understand what people want;
  • Recognising and using opportunities to grow;
  • What to do if you have an idea but don’t have a platform;
  • Should money be your driving force;
  • The importance of networking and being in touch with other people;

I hope I helped you and you could learn something from this video. Feel free to share your own ideas on entrepreneurship and ask questions. I’ll be happy to answer all of them.

In today’s Q&A session, we have two questions; the first one is about large markets and start-ups, and the second one is about entrepreneurship and how you become one.

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