Welcome to Demo Day 2017. We are excited you are interested in learning more about our Virtual Reality
services. We invite businesses to stop by one of our Atlanta offices and experience Virtual Reality and ask us any questions you may have about VR and how our team can help build your brand and help boost your business revenue. The event is free and will take place on December 15, 2017 from 9am to 1pm EST. We have seven time slots available and we invite you to select a time that best fits your schedule. Address: 3330 Cumberland Blvd, Suite 500, Atlanta, Georgia, 30339. Parking is free. Space is limited so book your slot before they’re all gone.
**In order to attend you must sign up, space is limited. **
Who can benefit from VR:
- Businesses that attend trade shows and/or have to transport products
- Education Industry- Private/Public Colleges who offer online courses, Home School
- Construction Industry/Developers
- Architecture Industry
- State, Local, Federal Agencies
- Health Industry
- Pharmaceutical Industry
- Corporate Training, Teaching, Team Building
Light refreshments and snacks will be provided. If you have any questions please don’t hesitate to call.
If you’re in the business world and you’re looking for some inspiration try Kevin Durant, the NBA’s 2014 (MVP). If you’re into the NBA you know it takes hard work to become an MVP. There are striking similarities between the business world and KD. Many businesses around the world have humble beginnings like Mr. Durant. Many businesses can’t get that capital needed to start a business for a variety of reasons. Many don’t the angel investors needed to get a business off the ground but they have passion and a desire to succeed. Consider the following points derived from KD’s overall character and 2014 MPV speech.
1. Humility- If you’ve watched Mr. Durant play basketball you will see why he’s the 2014 KIA MVP. He is consistent at producing, talented, and is a team player. Off the court you can see he’s a humble guy, he is the true epitome of an American role model. He doesn’t let all the glitz and glam go to his head. Whether you’re looking to start your business or you’re already established consider the humility that Kevin exhorts. A person may have that 1 billion idea or be the most talented at what they do but if they’re arrogant who will want to work with or do business with that person? If they’re just starting out in business there are many people who can help them, people who’ve been around the block a couple of times and back. I’m willing to wager they don’t like arrogance.
2. Knowledge- Two of the ingredients that can be credited with Kevin’s success are wisdom and understanding. The definition of wisdom is “knowledge that is gained by having many experiences in life”, Merriam-Webster. If you read and learn about Kevin’s life you’ll see wisdom both in KD and his mother. Ms. Pratt had the understanding Kevin and his brother needed to have something to do instead of being inside after school so she aligned them with what she thought was best, a great decision that continues to inspire many. In the same fashion businesses thrive and succeed because of wisdom and understanding. If you want to start a business and succeed acquire wisdom and understanding. How do you do this? Research, mentorship, and asking God.
3. Acknowledging God- During his speech KD acknowledge and attributed his success to God. Despite the many hardships his family had to endure they overcame. KD is a testament to people everywhere you can achieve success despite the odds. In the business world you may not be able to get a loan or get the financial backing you need to launch your brand but there’s someone in your corner who you might have over looked for help. There’s a saying in the bible Ecclesiastes 9:11 “The race is not to the swift or the battle to the strong, nor does food come to the wise or wealth to the brilliant or favor to the learned; but time and chance happen to them all. We didn’t determine when and where we’d be born, God did.
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If you’re a new or already existing business and you’re looking for inspiration consider Kevin Durant, the NBA’s 2014 Most Valuable Player (MVP). It takes hard work to become an MVP in any industry. The similarities between the business world and Kevin Durant can easily be seen when you start a business. Many businesses around the world have humble beginnings. Some people won’t be able to secure the capital needed from a bank to start a business. Many people don’t have angel investors needed to launch their business but they have passion and find a way, many times that’s all it takes. Below are four attributes derived from Kevin Durant’s 2014 MVP speech and from his overall character.
1. Team work– During KD’s speech he lifted his team mates up and credited many of them with his success winning the Kia MVP award presented in Oklahoma. There’s not one business today that has achieved substantial growth comprised by just one person. If you are a one man band in business you’re limited in what you can do. Can one person alone handle making the product, marketing the product/service, building the website, working the seo, creating marketing materials, advertising the product and being profitable? In truth it’s not worth the head ache. Teamwork is an essential ingredient to success in both the NBA and business, games are won by teams. To achieve substantial success teamwork must happen across the board. One must delegate and work with team mates, whether they’re employees, contractors, or other businesses.
2. Passion– Kevin mentioned in his speech he didn’t think he’d be playing in the NBA or ever be an MVP in the NBA, all he wanted to do was be a rec coach he liked basketball so much. As a result of his passion for the game he positioned himself to be as close to basketball as possible, and he thanked his MVP mother Ms. Pratt. He plays with passion and that makes playing basketball fun, it helps him improve his game and it has helped him achieve MVP status in 2014. This same passion that Kevin Durant harnesses is inside many of you reading this, the passion to succeed, meet a client’s need, and fill a void that makes life easier for people. Your passion will drive you to accomplish things many see as impossible or a waste of time. Actors, Entrepreneurs, and people who take risks do what they do because of an underlying passion.
3. Strive for greatness– “There’s never a point when you can’t stop getting better” said Kevin while at the podium and this applies to businesses (people) everywhere. Technology has a way of changing things, the way we do business today is not the way it was done 15 years ago. The internet as we know it was still in its infancy and social media hadn’t been conjured up yet. Change happens because people want better. Kevin understands that even when you’ve reached a certain milestone in life you can still learn something new and better yourself. This applies to businesses if you want to grow and sustain your enterprise. When you better yourself it benefits everyone including your clients.
4. Support System– KD also stated that “When you have people behind you, you can do whatever and this is true. There’s nothing like having that support system in place to keep pushing you toward achieving your goals. In the business world it is the same. You need people in your corner rooting for you.
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