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F3: Employee = Founder: Building a Startup inside a Fortune 500 Company, Max-Antonio Burger

  1. 1. EMPLOYEE = FOUNDER Building a Startup inside a Fortune 500 Company Max-Antonio Burger – Co-Founder & CEO of VEZA SUR Brewing Co.
  2. 2. Employee = Founder: Building a Startup inside a Fortune 500 Company Can an employee of a Fortune 500 company become a founder of a startup within that same company? It’s not easy but it is possible. Entrepreneurship is about harnessing an opportunity for a consumer need that could become the basis for a sustainable venture. What happens if you see that opportunity when working in a massive organization? How do you get started and what are the risks? In this case study, you’ll learn about the real-life experience of a founder inside of the Brewer’s Collective (the craft division of Anheuser- Busch). You’ll learn what it was like to get this startup off the ground and how Lean Startup methodology was the roadmap for success. Max-Antonio Burger – Co-Founder & CEO of VEZA SUR Brewing Co.
  3. 3. SWITZERLAND COLOMBIA A LITTLE ABOUT MYSELF
  4. 4. Bend MIAMI Bogota COLOMBIAN CRAFT MEETS WEST COAST CRAFT
  5. 5. WE DON’T KNOW WHAT IS GOING TO WORK IN THE FUTURE! UNCERTAINTY IS THE MOTHER OF ENTREPENEURSHIP AS “Entrepreneurs are different in many ways, but they are the same in one fundamental way: navigating & reducing uncertainty!” Eric Ries
  6. 6. THE ILLUSION OF THE INTRAPRENEUR Source: How to move mountains as a corporate entrepreneurs by OneLeap “An employee who takes the freedom to pursue an identified opportunity or customer need, secures the financial support to validate new products, services and systems, and in the process chooses not to follow the company’s usual routines or protocols.” “An employee who is given freedom and financial support to create new products, services and systems, who does not have to follow the company’s usual routines or protocols.”
  7. 7. THE ILLUSION OF THE INTRAPRENEUR Source: How to move mountains as a corporate entrepreneurs by OneLeap “An employee who takes the freedom to pursue an identified opportunity or customer need, secures the financial support to validate new products, services and systems, and in the process chooses not to follow the company’s usual routines or protocols.”
  8. 8. 10+ COMMANDMENTS Source: Adapted from The Pinchot Perspective Blog by Gifford Pinchot PLUS: Don't ask to be fired; even as you bend or break the rules and act without permission, use all your political skill to survive and do what is in the best interest of the company. ❶ Come to work each day willing to be fired. ❻ Be a pirate. Work underground as long as possible – publicity triggers the corporate immune system. ❷ Circumvent anyone trying to stop you. Don’t give power to the people that only can say No. ❼ Never bet on a race unless you are running in it. ❸ Find people to help you. ❽ Ask for forgiveness rather than for permission. ❹ Do any and all jobs needed to make it work. ❾ Stay true to your goals and do what is in the best interest of the company. ❺ Build and follow your intuition about the people you choose. Work only with the best. ❿ Thank and Honor your sponsors.
  9. 9. PHASES OF DEVELOPMENT Ideation Validation Scaleup & Plug into the Machine Seed MVP “No plan survives first contact with the enemy.” — Navy Seals SPONSORSHIP From No-Resources to Some-Resources: EARN IT! PRODUCT MARKET FIT Time to define the opportunity and possible business model- viable, scalable, feasible – and continue to reduce risk. SCALE AND PROFITABILITY Optimize business model and multiply the volume in the least amount of time.
  10. 10. DEGREES OF SEPARATION & THE CORPORATE TENTACLES Global Zone A Zone B Core Business Sales Marketing Supply Finance Legal New Business Big Bets Existing Innovation New Ventures Start Up
  11. 11. BRAND DEVELOPMENT
  12. 12. BRAND DEVELOPMENT FROM: NEIGHBORHOOD BREWERY TO: CONSUMER BRAND
  13. 13. 2020 BRAND VISUAL IDENTITY
  14. 14. WHAT IS THE RIGHT MOMENT TO GO FOR IT? Never = Always Personal ProfessionalOpportunity
  15. 15. ¡GRACIAS!

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