Why not win today!
Every month Broadlake will post a series of quick winning tips to bring you closer to your goals, whatever they may be! We all need triggers to keep us focused and moving forward. Find words or phrases that work for you, stick them on a post-it on your computer and remind yourself each time you log-on to resume driving towards your goals. Here’s 3 ways to win in May from the Broadlake team!
With Every Investment or Partnership we enter, We’re looking for the same ingredients.
As investors we look beyond the business itself. We search for entrepreneurs we can work with. Success to many investors goes beyond a return on investment, and looks to the growth achieved by collaborating, creating, innovating and contributing as a result of the business partnership. A good partnership goes beyond reaching an end goal, it is encapsulated by the journey of getting there. That shared drive and collaboration that enabled the business to reach that point.. We look to 5 simple things when evaluating a company to invest in:
Digital is Fast, Frantic and ever-changing.
The current digital landscape provides no place to rest, no place to hide and for businesses, you either listen up or get left behind. The world of today is unforgiving to those resistant to change. We all need to perk our ears and actively seek out the digital trends of tomorrow and help our businesses secure themselves a seat in this future world in the process.
Not everything will be relevant to you, but being cognoscente and aware at the very least is something that will stand to you.
My interest in the Web Summit lies in where technology interfaces with traditional industries. The disruption to traditional routes to markets, channels sales etc….
As such the talks I enjoyed most were in the “off piste” smaller Summit rooms talking about the impact technology has on fashion, advertising, consumer goods, marketing, brands, media, blogging, health & fitness etc….
What is very clear is that technology has a huge impact on all of our businesses so we have to embrace this changing landscape to stay relevant.