You can sell an idea only if you turn it into a project or in other words – a startup. So the potential buyer will be able to get a visual representation of it. If you offer a “bare idea”, it is unlikely anyone will be interested, if only because it is not clear how it can be earned. It is also not clear what costs should be incurred and it is not clear whether someone needs this idea and the product that will be created on its basis.
The project makes it possible to clarify these and other issues, to put everything in a symbolic and visual form. Selling a finished project is not the easiest task, but at the same time it is quite interesting and often profitable. Continue reading
The creative economy is a reality that has already arrived in the developed countries and is gradually coming in the rest. Everyone who wants to live sweetly in the new conditions must fit into this economy, become a part of it, become a creative class. Who not wants to live sweet in principle can to live and on-old, can to live so, as was accustomed this to do.
Creative economy as an economy of ideas
Life will not be as sweet and interesting as it could be, but it will be. There can be no doubt about it, because now somehow farmers and peasants get along with workers and employees, somehow Industrialists get along with representatives of the information sector. Continue reading