Bringing about change from the ground up

It seems that each day brings more bad news and we often find it difficult to think positively about the future.  But there is a cause for optimism in the world.  Through technology we can bring together the brainpower of billions of people to create an entrepreneurial society or entreSociety.

An entreSociety is one where the well being of the people is built through the efforts of a large number of entrepreneurs taking on challenges and evolving their organizations.  It is no longer a top down society driven by large companies or governments.  Top down leadership is becoming less effective and in most cases causes more problems than it solves.

I have created this blog to encourage discussion on how to build this entreSociety.  We need to work together to identify and remove barriers and to provide entrepreneurs and would be entrepreneurs with what they need to succeed.

I will provide some insights and experiences I have come across working with entrepreneurs on a daily basis.  I will also put forward my ideas on what an entreSociety is and how we are doing in moving forward.  I welcome all comments and ideas that you might have.

Published by Vince Bulbrook

Vince has spent over twenty five years working with entrepreneurs providing financial and strategic advice. Much of this advice has centered on business model design and product development. Issues such as determining how to invest product development resources, pricing options, features, distribution and client requests all come in to play. For much of the past fifteen years Vince has operated a business providing CFO and strategy services to small businesses. In this period he spent three years in the product development group of a software company that had a $26-million development budget. Along with overseeing the development of a product he also worked with senior management and the other product teams to determine how to manage the product portfolio. He has advised clients in software, entertainment, digital media, publishing, retail and distribution on product pricing, feature selection, distribution strategy. Prior to founding the advisory business Vince worked with Price Waterhouse and Ernst and Young. Vince graduated from the Ivey School of Business with an HBA and is a Chartered Accountant.

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