Building Empires through Entrepreneurship
“Do you want to sell sugar water for the rest of your life,or do you want to come with me and change the world?” –Steve Jobs
This what Steve Jobs, of Apple (iPhones, iPods, etc.), one of the world’s most famous entrepreneurs, said to Pepsi executive John Sculley (a marketing guru) to lure him to Apple.Now the Million-dollar question! What do you want to, spend doing the rest of your life?Are you satisfied with what you’re doing? If your answer is YES, then Stop Reading this article; there’s nothing to offer you.
If your answer is NO, then let’s start the exciting journey of entrepreneurship together.David will be exploring the qualities needed to become an Entrepreneur and understands that an entrepreneur is a person who organizes ventures to benefit from opportunities, rather than working as an employee. Entrepreneurs play a crucial role in any economy. These are the people who have the dreams, skills and initiative necessary to anticipate current and future needs and bring good new ideas market.David Doc Domingo is an entrepreneur/Project Manager that over the course of 32 years, has had his fair share of successes and many failures as an entrepreneur. He will share his experiences and highlight case studies of other successful & failed entrepreneurs to assist aspiring entrepreneurs in making better decisions, as ”there’s no substitute for experience”.
He is involved in companies engaged in: Export of Teak Furniture; IT Development of Website & Mobile Applications; and Social Media Advertising, Marketing & Branding with customer Online Shops, of which the latter will be launched online soon.
David will publish articles with Tips on what to & how to:-
A)Start a Business; B)Market & Business Research C) Marketing & Sales
D)Networking E)Other interest Business Articles. It is envisaged for the future to establish a Mentorship & Business/Entrepreneur Incubator Program to assist aspiring entrepreneurs(young & old) in getting started in business.
Mentorship Definition: What is a mentoring program? Mentor or partnership programs connect people who have specific skills and knowledge (mentors) with individuals (protégés) who need or want the same skills and advantages to move up in business, work, skill level, or school performance.
Business Incubator Program Definition: Business incubation programs are often sponsored by private companies or municipal entities and public institutions, such as colleges and universities. Their goal is to help create and grow young businesses by providing them with the necessary support and financial and technical services.
David will conduct inter-active communications with aspiring entrepreneurs who need specific Bizniz Tips. Send your questions via email to DavidDocDomingo@gmail.com