Here we are with our 3rd project in Brescia. Start in Engineering Faculty, Prof Marco Mutinelli Course. Join the conferences and the debate!BresciaSiliconValley-3rdEdition2012-3.pdf
at least one of you will be selected for the Silicon Valley Study Tour 2013 ( late August)
Welcome back SVST!
Good Morning to everyone, enjoy the conferences and partecipate!!
I'm ready for this new and exciting experience!
Marco what do you think about the yesterday conference? new tips? open you to new frontiers?
I advice everyone interested in startups to join the https://www.facebook.com/groups/italianstartups/ a great "school of startups in social way"
Good morning to you Dario...
I was at the conference yesterday and i think is the best way to understand the new way of create a new model of factory and personal experience to use for a future work, and why not to create a new service (i think web-based) on my ideas or my friends ideas.
Hi guys, good morning! Are you ready?!
Great conference yesterday afternoon, I enioyed a lot your presence and I think that this project, included the meeting with people from business working word, can open our mind to "think different" than the standard roules learn in the university lessons!
I agree with Mattia. I enjoyed very much the conference and many times this kind of experience could give you more than an academic course.
In fact it stroke me the words of Alessandro (the CEOO of YOODEAL) about the importance of university for the contacts rather than knowledge. I agree with him and in particular i think that it's important to have a network of trusted people if you want to realize your project.
Yesterday there's no time but i would have asked him what he did just after he thought the idea of "S.O.S.tariffe" (choosing members of his team, asking for seeds, mistakes, development-fases) because i suppose that he had many problems because of the lack of experience in a startup business.
Last October I was involved in the startup weekend too. In my opinion it was a good experience (it was the first time for me in "startup world") and i learn the typical notions of the contest such as "mockup", "business model freemium", "in-app purchase" and so on. Actually the our business is in stand-by but I 'm still in touch with members of my team of work.
About the question of Paolo yesterday I agree with what Alessandro have said about the lack of "failure culture" in Italy. If you have failed with your business, you're a LOSER and, for this reason, many people don't even try to talk about their idea to anybody. Indeed i think that many guys yesterday had an idea in their mind, me too.
good morning to everybody!! i'm really excited about the conference!! it was a great opportunity to meet someone who can share his experience and give advice on start-up.
particulary i was impressed by his speech about the "time", and i can say that i completely agree with him when he says that it is a key resource.
another important advice of alessandro was to find an idea i don't have to look very far but it can be in front of me.
remember what alessandro said about ideas, all around you there are somthings that need to more attentions, so you can exploit a fail to create a winning idea. The difficoult is how is it possibile to resolve the problem. A great team can help you, the difference from an idea and the success is the way
I'm agree with you and Marco, i think the culture of failure is a way to learn to improve the capacity to create a new ideas or to create a new implementation of old project, that can also help to found a work on your sector, because help you to create much experience than other people that want this work, and help you to see the problem in another perspective maybe now really winning.