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How do you conceptualize startup ideas?

It is undeniably true that every startup which begins with low recognition in the market aims at growth. However, in order to attain success in its sector, startups should use a proper and innovative approach. How do you conceptualize..?

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Martin Omansky
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What do you mean by "conceptualize"? Sent from my iPhone
Arthur Lipper
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Arthur Lipper Entrepreneur
Chairman of British Far East Holdings Ltd.
By putting yourself in the position of the uninformed you are seeking to educate. Think if the questions which should be asked by an interested party. Keep it simple so the person you are educating will be able to describe the concept to others. Start with defining the need for the concept and the benefits it will provide the user. .
Sebastien Mirolo
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Sebastien Mirolo Entrepreneur
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Most successful entrepreneur I've worked with don't conceptualize. They put some business logic together which either way they can (using Excel, Google Maps, Eventbrite, etc.), slap a price on it and start selling.

Thomas Sutrina
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Thomas Sutrina Entrepreneur
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Are people looking for a solution that your product meets? This requires the customer to believe a solution exists. So how easy is it to get customers to believe a solution exist?

Cell phones took people knowing a walkie talkie radio exist and then saying that can be a phone. Did not take much to get people to know they could have a mobile phone, Go check out the first cell phones and also the walkie talkies of the period. Can not tell them apart. People wanted a mobile phone but only started looking when they believe it existed.
Rod Abbamonte
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Rod Abbamonte Advisor
Co Founder at STARTREK / @startupHunter / @startupWay / @CoFounderFound / @GOcapital / @startupClub / @lastminute
There are not a unique way to conceptualize a startup. The key concept is. A winning team can build a winning startup.
Valeriia Timokhina
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Valeriia Timokhina Entrepreneur
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You start building your startup from business strategy. For example - you have an idea for anapp - what's next?
You should find tech partners, start building your team. You have to conduct the market research and definewhat problem can you solve for people,what are your possible competitors, what can you offer to your users that others can't. Then you start developing an MVP - Minimum Viable product. (Read this article to learn more about Creating an MVP)
An MVP - is thefirst version of your product, validation of your business plan, that you can represent to investors. A good MVP is essential for successful fundraising.
On other hand, maybe you already have enough resources to grow your project. Then MVP is your opportunity to test market fit and user adoption. This is a basis for your further app development. You can change it, remove and add some features and develop your businessstrategy.
Danish Want
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Danish Want Entrepreneur
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Conceptualizing depends on various factors. It can depend on the experience that you have for the business you want to start. You can start a business in which your experience can be 10-20 years and then start the same of your own.

Sometimes you also see the trend in the market. You may be from the IT background but start a new business in other vertical depending upon your interest, profits and market, So it really depends on number of factors.
Jorge Sanchez Lopez
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hey Yana,

It is great question, the best way to start shaping your original idea into a "business idea", my advise is to start with the problem & pain definition, target customer, value proposition. These concepts will help you to identify your business assumptions or hypothesis, then make a Primary Market Research to validate those hypothesis, then product specifications ... business model, financial projections. The process usually lasts about about 6 to 12 months.
PM me if you need more info.
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