We had a nice little write-up in the Guardian at the weekend. I was interviewed for their feature how to develop your business ideas, where they look at options for entrepreneurs to go from a seed of an idea to a viable business. They were interested to know how we help startup founders explore their ideas, and which tools and techniques we use to help with this process. We mention a few in the article.
Here’s an excerpt:
Another option to help people build on their ideas is to use a product innovation agency such as Brighton-based Spook Studio. The company helps startups realise their digital dreams – for new websites and services, or online apps. Rather than just accepting a client’s brief, the company is selective about the jobs it takes. It won’t progress a project until the idea has been challenged and tested, to see if it’s something customers actually want.
PS. I like the term ‘digital dreams’. Got a nice ring to it…
DO YOU HAVE ‘DIGITAL DREAMS’?
If so, let’s talk. If you need help turning your startup idea into a successful web product, drop me an email. I offer a free 20 minute sanity check for startup founders or budding entrepreneurs to share and discuss their ideas in confidence via Skype.