Disruption is the new normal. Disrupt2Grow works as a partner with clients to take ownership of results across two main areas,
1. Enable established companies to re-imagine growth by making them view market disruptions as an opportunity rather than as a threat, and to help transform old brick-and-mortar business models to newer digital click-and-mortar models.
2. Encourage visionary and innovative firms to storm established business models with disruptive competition hyper-charged by technology, and help founders of such firms – who are often technical wizards – to pursue sound commercialization strategies and sustainable revenue models.
Re-imagine to grow
Bring Startup thinking to your business.
Digitise to grow
Go Click-and-Mortarfrom Brick and Mortar.
Commercialise to grow
Monetise your idea, price to sustain.
Innovate to Grow
Empower not sell, Engage not serve, Value not price.
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- 1.Innovation or disruption?
Disruption has become something of a buzzword[..]
- 2.Companies rarely die from moving too fast, and they frequently die from moving too slowly
Incumbents needn’t be victims of disruption[..]
- 3.Banks are extinct … oh no, they’re not
Curating the daily news yesterday, I was surprised[..]
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