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How to Develop Your "Billion Dollar Idea"

Posted by Jonathan Greechan on 2014-07-13

From the Berlin Founder Institute's Startup Ideation Bootcamp we bring you “Fu** not Again: I Just had Another Billion Dollar Idea!” by Christoph Sollich, a freelance startup consultant in Berlin. In this entertaining talk, Christoph gives entrepreneurs tips on how to go about developing their next brilliant idea, while unabashedly sharing his love for peanut butter and Nutella sandwiches. 

Beginning with simply figuring out if your idea has potential, Sollich lays out the steps one must take to navigate their way through the market and find balance between fighting for an idea while simultaneously being open to change. 

Christoph is a mentor for the upcoming Spring semester at the Berlin Founder Institute, which is currently accepting applications. If you or someone you know could benefit from expert training and feedback to help launch a technology startup in Berlin, then click here to apply today. 

Be sure to watch Christoph's talk bellow for some laughs and great advice.  

 

           

If you liked this video, join Christoph on Thursday, July 17, where he will be hosting a free Startup Pitch Bootcamp at YOU IS NOW in Berlin. Click here to RSVP and reserve your seat - space is limited.

(Man holding lightbulb in hand photo by Shutterstock)

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