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how to turn a full time job into a b2b business
How to Turn a Full-Time

Job Into a B2B Business

Opportunity

2x b2b startup founder flagback hirevoice
2x B2B Startup Founder

(Flagback & HireVoice)

Recognized Usability &

UX Research Expert

>

2013 Most-Liked

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Creator

Author of Lean B2B:

Build Products

Businesses Want

where did the majority of inc 500 founders find
Where did the majority of Inc. 500

founders find their business ideas?

50 of founders got their idea at their previous
50% of founders got their idea at

their previous employer

slide6
50%

*

* Study by University professor Amar Bhidé for The Origins

and Evolution of New Business (2000)

outside in vs inside out
Outside-In

vs.

Inside-Out?

part i
Part I

The Insider’s Competitive Edge

slide9
1.

Easy access to customers

Start a business where you can

get access to customers easily.

- Max Cameron, Kera Co-Founder and CEO

slide10
2.

You know the initiatives

& business priorities

If you don’t, you can ask...

slide11
3.

You can define the problem owner,

the buyers & figure out where to

start selling

slide12
4.

You get credibility and expertise

because you're from the market

If not, you can fake it...

slide13
5.

You can run ROI calculations

and start with real data

slide14
6.

You understand the risks & what it

takes to sell to large businesses

To overcome the “Status Quo Coefficient”,

your solution should be at least two times

faster, two times better and two times

cheaper than the known alternatives.

slide15
7.

You can build a relevant professional

network on company hours

slide16
8.

You can pivot on the cheap at

the idea level

It takes a while to get on people’s calendars [...]

For this reason, it doesn’t make sense to leave

your job before having a good indication that

you are working on a real business opportunity.

slide17
9.

You can turbo-charge long sales

cycles by starting with a paying

customer

part ii
Part II

Other people have done it

slide19
+

Martin Ouellet

slide20
+

Dharmesh Shah

Pyramid Digital Solutions Sells Assets to SunGard Business Systems

slide21
+

Martin Bouchard

iBwave Makes PROFIT 200 List of Canada’s Fastest-Growing Companies for Third Consecutive Year

part iii
Part III

Obvious Challenges

how will you transition from employee
How will you transition from

employee to entrepreneur if

you’re successful?

Fire !!

part iv
Part IV

How to do it

the first question to ask yourself
The First Question to Ask Yourself:

Core Business?

Non-Core Innovation?

keep your eyes out for explicit and implicit
Keep your eyes out for explicit

and implicit problems.

people love to talk about their problems
People love to talk about their

problems. The moment that you’re

talking about a person’s problems,

they’re happy.

- Brant Cooper, The Lean Entrepreneur Co-Author

network talk around the problem get different
Network. Talk around the

problem. Get different inputs.

narrow the field score problems by pain budget
Narrow the field. Score problems

by pain, budget availability and

impact potential.

understand the market the watering holes
Understand the market, the

watering holes, influencers, risks,

buyers, buying processes, etc.

create a plan to test your hypotheses
Create a plan to test your

hypotheses.

The market

is wide

enough to

sustain a

business

There

won’t be

legal

restrictions

The product

can be

productized

There are

other

customers

part v
Part V

Key Takeaways & Conclusion

slide41
A

Paid Work

B

Saving up?

Which makes most sense?

the best time to be an entrepreneur is when
The best time to be an entrepreneur is

when you, and your team, have really

learned about an unmet need,

understand the customer’s pain and you

are ready to take the plunge.

- Ken Morse, Serial Entrepreneur &

MIT Entrepreneurship Founder

the shortest path to successful entrepreneurship
The shortest path to successful

entrepreneurship is what you already

know. Start there.

thousands of innovators around the world use lean
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