Amine Azariz

Innovation, Startups & Rock'n'Roll !

Co-fondateur & CTO de Greendizer, une startup basée à Paris et Casablanca. Je suis ingénieur-architecte IT, un peu designer dans l'âme, passionné par les startups, la bonne musique et l'innovation sous toutes ses formes.

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Take a look at the future of programming : The Wolfram Language, by Stephen Wolfram.

Imagine how fast kids (and everyone) can learn this and all the possibilities it opens.

Buzzwords are paintful… Literally.

“ No Business Plan Survives First Contact With A Customer ”

Growth (Hacking) Done Right

In a previous post, I wrote about the real meaning of Growth Hacking and its real purpose, here’s a little recap and how to do it right (and wrong).

Growth Hacking done wrong :

  1. Exploit every social channel to promote your product to as many people as possible.
  2. Repeat

Grow Hacking done right :

  1. Building a product that is actually useful and that resolves a real problem.
    Ask yourself, “Why my futur users would be upset if they could no longer use my product ?”.
  2. Discovering where the people who don’t know about your product and also be upset to lose access to it spend their time.
    Then, go meet them (online or offline).
  3. Undersand what creates trust for these people.
    Usually, the strongest is a referral from someone they know.
  4. Test, get maximum feedback.
    Explore every opportunity to put the highest-level-of-trust experience in front of the most-likely-to-be-interested people.
  5. Scale.
  6. Repeat.

— Original Post by Thomas Knoll (Advisor @ 500Startups)

Now Reading. "The $100 Startup" écrit par Chris Guillebeau, un passionné de voyage, expose une cinquantaine de cas de micro-entrepreneurs (personne ayant démarré un business, profitable, pour moins de $100) dans plusieurs pays du monde.
Si vous vous demandez encore si on peut gagner sa vie en poursuivant sa passion, lisez ce livre.

Now Reading. "The $100 Startup" écrit par Chris Guillebeau, un passionné de voyage, expose une cinquantaine de cas de micro-entrepreneurs (personne ayant démarré un business, profitable, pour moins de $100) dans plusieurs pays du monde.

Si vous vous demandez encore si on peut gagner sa vie en poursuivant sa passion, lisez ce livre.