It’s crazy to think that this is the last week working with this great team. I have really enjoyed learning from each of our members and seeing everyones different perspectives.
As we were going through our final presentation and mapping out our overall progress it’s been amazing to see how our orginal idea has morphed into something we are proud of.
I have learned the importance of creativity and that there is no limit to it in business. Also building a business requires you to hold back and really find a niche that your customers are having a high pain tollerance for. This takes time and a lot of failed expirements for you to start to get anywhere.
Overall, I have been able to cap of my IBC experience with this class and that “The Coup” isn’t as impossible as one might have thought.
It is crazy to think that this semester has almost came to an end. I have learned a lot and look forward to applying it to my future career.
This week I enjoyed the guest speaker in class. I always find it interesting to hear other people’s stories.
As with the Coup. For the past couple of weeks we have hit a dead spot and don’t know where we can move with it. The food laws are taking a lot out of our original value proposition because of this we have started to go to the drawing board again. I don’t think it is worth using a loop hole if it can potentionaly harm someone.
While on my investor interview he offerend up the idea of using resturants leftovers discounted and then split the profits. That way we are safe from food laws and the customers still have a good deal. It will be interesting to see how this works.