PrestaShopCamp3, from 9am to 6pm the 31st of March 2011

#PrestaShop on Twitter,, Live Cast, TwitterStreamGraphs, Collecta, flickr

Own objectives

  1. value and sales side
  2. clarify the cost chain
    1. channel of distribution margins
    2. explore the "payment graph"
  3. weight opportunities
  4. new BMs for the Internet

Attended activities

checking and

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that by him

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Overall remarks and conclusions

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  • could be improved by doing that
  • see also that other event

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Other reviews or coverage

  • here

To do

  1. improve Template
  3. beware of vendor bias
  4. avoid technical details
    1. focus on the major problems of the field, not solely on how the vendor solves it
      1. how would it apply to my situation
  5. improve with I:Calendar/20110331
  6. pinpoint the value
    1. community? object to represent the community? ...
  7. estimate average
    1. cost to launch
    2. time to launch
    3. taxes
  8. clarify the action funnel
  9. integrate SpinSelling
  • Cook And Patzer On Intuit’s Growth, The Payment Graph, And Product Focus, TechCrunch March 2011
    • “People talk a lot about the social graph and interest graph. One third of the economy goes through QuickBooks in terms of businesses invoicing other businesses. Each invoice contains a connection between vendors, suppliers, and customers, and also the price of that connection. Representing the payment graph is huge opportunity and something no other company can do.”
  1. vids
    1. and more generally
  3. e-commerce USP competitive advantage for small new entrant?
    1. problems of
      1. trust
      2. popularity
    2. e-commerce vs face to face commerce
      1. low-trail, analytics, community, ...
  4. before setting up a store/e-commerce solution check existing market places
    1. Apple Store, Android Market, Amazon, ...
    2. thus really requires to pinpoint the value you provide
      1. and your window of opportunity (it might be better to have lower margin but start quickly)