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Patrick Roupin

Patrick Roupin

Patrick Roupin’s approach is to transform user and organization needs into viable, usable and engaging product, service, process and policy solutions. He has spent 11+ years in advocating co-creation value as an advisor for businesses, governments and non-profits to use customers and citizen’s insights to build relationship and deliver values. As business design strategist, he cannot design something that he doesn’t truly and wholeheartedly believes in. That makes his work creative, unique and passionate. Patrick’s thrill is to contribute to human capacity development by enabling customers and citizens’ engagement across variety of platforms such as social network, community and social entrepreneurship. He believes in building stories that make brands admirable and empower people in doing what they really care. Patrick is a globe-trotter working in Europe, India and the Middle East for organizations such as Decathlon, Disney, Euroclear, Faurecia, Government of Saudi Arabia, Human Factors, Ingersoll Rand to name a few. Patrick blogs at www.kovent.com and delivers speeches and lectures at Dilip Chhabria Institute, STC, Raffles International and Welingkar in India, Rubika - CCI, L’école de Design Nante Atlantique and Rennes Business School in France, University International of Rabat in Morocco.

Recent Posts:

The Best Ideation Tools for Business Success

Did you know that many breakthrough and brilliant ideas started from ridiculously sounding ones? As most people where content with their physical book, Amazon took the lead in online book business. When most people thought videos were only meant for the TV, YouTube took the ‘wild’ business idea of creating a website where people can easily share their memorable experiences. Today, these companies are generating billions of dollars in revenue annually just because they were brave enough to put their seemingly ridiculous ideas into work.  What’s the lesson here? Great ideas don’t happen out of pure luck and accident. Ideas, no matter how ridiculous they sound at times, happen and succeed by linking knowledge, insights and experience. These companies succeed because they know how to make connections. They are thriving because they focus on creating strong connections rather than on being stuck into the thought of having a stupidly sounding idea. It’s as simple as that.

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