Archive for november, 2015
On the 12th of November the introduction of the Sharkonomics consultancy services was made to the Swedish market at a fully booked event with 170 participants.
The Sharkonomics consultancy services are based on the sharks’ 420 million years experience of development and focus on how companies can dominate their respective markets and take market share from their significantly larger competitors.
Some of the topics that were discussed at the event:
– How can you tripple your turnover?
– Have today’s market leaders stopped moving?
– Don’t companies have any defense?
– Who will be devoured on the Swedish market?
– How should sharks use social media?
Our prominent expert panel included key persons from the following companies: Spotify, National Geographic, Candy Crush, Turkish Airlines, Marknadscheferna, Creuna, Happy Homes and Sveab Drift.
Opening speaker: Martin Deinoff, vice president, Creuna.
1. Don’t miss Steve Wozniak and Simon Sinek at at Hjärntillskott Executive Day
2. An idea that can increse US tourism with 30-50%
3. Mighty Accenture turns to sharks for success
4. Sharkonomics lecture at JCI Sweden’s National Convention 2015
5. 600 car dealers in standing ovation
6. AppleCurrency with Steve Jobs on the coin
7. We trebled our turnover after a lecture on Sharkonomics
8. @jackyan: Think Ikea’s foray into fashion was a novel idea? #ikeafashion
9. People always think I’m crazy. And then it happens.
10. @jackyan: Think Ikea’s foray into fashion was a novel idea? #ikeafashion
Legendary Steve Wozniak and big thinker Simon Sinek is the keynote speaker together with four other speakers at Hjärntillskott Executive Day during November 5-6 in Sweden.
There are still some tickets left for fast movers at Bestseller.
About Hjarntillskott Executive days One of Scandinavia’s most eminent business conferences. Business leaders gather in Stockholm and Gothenburg to listen to top speakers from around the Globe. Former guests have been Prime minister Tony Blair, John Cleese, Sir Bob Geldof, Dame Anita Roddick, John Sculley and this year Sir Richard Branson.