Competition has always been an integral but irritating part of business.
In this competitive market, you have two choices, either make your own space (Blue Ocean) or borrow this space from others (Red Ocean).
One leads to a successful core competency and the other to a constant and continuous competition.
If you are here to succeed, then there is no such choice, just a path that commences from the moment you acquire a competitive edge and ends with a successful business empire.
Are you sure you know everything there is to know about running a successful business?
Are you facing intense competition?
Do you want to know how to create an uncontested market space?
Do you want to stop worrying about the shrinking margins?
Do you want to shift your company towards new growth and innovation?
Are you ready to identify, nurture and build up your blue ocean strategy?
Do you want to seek out your full business potential?
Why Blue ocean strategy?
Companies have always fought to get a competitive advantage over each other in terms of profitable growth, market share, and product differentiation.
In the current business environment, it is more difficult than ever to stand out. If you want your business to grow and scale, you need to move away from competing.
Instead, you should move into – and create – new markets.
Successful companies are not competing in red oceans. They are creating blue oceans – wide-open new markets.
Finprov brings forth a rare opportunity to enhance your business productivity and to avail increased profits with the help of a one-way ticket to success.
We want you to create non-disruptive products and services to run it in a market space with zero or close to zero percent competition by developing a jump in the value of your company, employees and yourself via releasing a new demand and limiting the relevance of competition.
Under the leadership and guidance of the veteran and respectable Mr. S R Nair, you will be able to grow your business manifold and achieve its true capacity. A glimpse of his profound knowledge and experience will prove to be a true eye-opener.
YOU CANNOT FIT IN IF YOU WERE MEANT TO STAND OUT. STRENGTH LIES NOT IN FOLLOWING BUT IN CREATING YOUR OWN PATH UP THE LADDER.
"The best way to beat the competition is to stop trying to beat the competition"
- Chan Kim and Renée Mauborgne
Introduction to blue ocean strategy
Blue ocean vs. Red ocean – Detailed understanding
How to apply the concept – The move towards unchartered territories
Expansion of existing market spaces
The way to the irrelevance of business competition under Blue Ocean Strategy
The value to drive out innovation
Understanding the concept of ERRC framework
The method of providing products or services with the highest quality at the lowest cost
Transform yourself and your business from anywhere
Hear from the ultimate business guru
Doubt clearing session
Valuable and exciting insights, case illustrations & real-life business scenarios
Who should Attend ?
Entrepreneurs, Business Directors and CEOs and other corporate executives
Anyone looking for creative solutions in an increasingly competitive world
Self-employed professionals such as lawyers, medical practitioners, etc
Small business owners
About the speaker
SR Nair is an entrepreneur, author, professor, and mentor. Having chaired several professional and non-governmental organizations in Kerala, he is well known in the business, social, academic and professional circles in Kerala.
SR Nair is a visiting faculty of the Indian Institute of Management, Kozhikode (IIMK) and a well-known career counsellor. He conducts frequent lectures in numerous schools and colleges, mentoring students and providing career guidance.
SR Nair is a sought after public speaker, thought leader and judge of management events. He is a part of the Academic Council of many Business Schools and enjoys writing columns in many leading dailies & periodicals on Management, Technology & Life in General. He has successfully published several papers on management on leading journals.
17th, 18th, 19th & 20th June 2020, 11.00 am - 1.00 pm