Disruption and change are the only constants in this world. As the seasons’ change, simultaneously do business models, and at the same time, new disruptive innovations appear. Under those circumstances, you can get disruptive innovations the way you like them, and in contrast, something outside your authority changes everything unexpectedly, such as a virus. So be ready.
On the one hand, you win clients; on the other hand, you lose a few. Thereupon you grow up and learn things you never thought you’d learn through your life. Above all, you need to be open towards momentum in our changing world.
SeventyOne wants to be a part of this disruptive momentum, in the hope that this also enables unprecedented collaborations in any industries. With this intention, We subsequently support an uprising entrepreneur in Asia, with whom we meanwhile work for several years, helping us to illustrate disruptive innovations. To put it another way, we see such new disruptive collaboration as modern development aid with benefits on both sides.
Our goal is to bring inspiration and disruptive innovations. The disruptive momentum has never been better to bring the big old giants out of their quietness.
We are SeventyOne
In the first place, we are here for friends to support their disruptive ideas and not for everyone. SeventyOne is a laboratory – moreover, our ideas come through presonal experimental approach.
Thus, we are a private creative agency focusing on Vision, Products and People.
Evidently, we outthink the old habits and focus on disruptive momentum, which undeniably also changes our personal life.
Although we have been accompanying changes for a long time, we did not know what they meant. Consequently, in 2018, we decided to give our doing a name: SeventyOne.
Sometimes we are so fascinated by disruptive Innovations that we forget the time in the evening. Fortunately, we have our impatient cat, which persistently hints us that it is time to go to bed.
SeventyOne is just a leisure activity for us, whereby we are continuously facing new services in our everyday lives. Chemistry binds us.
In summary, our brain cells are constantly in motion and generate felt 1,000 ideas, which we would like to investigate in more detail. Everything you can imagine can nowadays become real.
Considering our spare time is limited, we nevertheless participated or led some exciting disruptive projects. We believe our work speaks for itself. Browse our most recent projects we completed or are currently working on.
Hence, we participated in some disruptive things projects a long time before we set up SeventyOne. However, we got addicted to the new disruptive world, and as a result, we decided to give us a brand. SeventyOne.
Our quality standards also apply in terms of service, technical expertise and advice. Each completed project makes us even more hungry. Explore our latest projects.
04 Disruptive Things Blog
Unquestionably, our Disruptive Things Blog contains reviews on a small selection of topics we generally utilise as SeventyOne geeks.
Firstly, electronic gadgets are getting smaller and smaller, and we all seem to have unique must-have gadgets that we never leave our home without. Secondly, a website is easily setup nowadays by using pre-defined WordPress plugins to catch the attention of the crowd. Thirdly, there are also simulation games out there to train disruptive strategies and finally – sometimes the disruption is lead by nature.
After all, our Disruptive Things Blog is an independent blog written by the owners of SeventyOne. We don’t do any consulting. Besides, we do not have any relationships, formal or informal, with any technology companies or other
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Thereupon, the word Disruption (or disruptive) originated from the Latin verb disrumpere (tearing, breaking, smashing, or passive: bursting) – means interruption, disturbance, breakage, disorder or destruction.
Innovations vs disruptive innovations
Basically, the difference between a typical innovation, as it can occur in all industries, moreover a disruptive innovation lies in the way it changes. As a result, innovation is a renewal that does not fundamentally change the market. But merely develops it further, disruptive innovation is a complete restructuring or destruction of the existing model.
For example, the invention of the compact disc was merely a further development of the classical gramophone. After that, press plants responsible for manufacturing the gramophone adapted their processes to the new compact disc. As a result, dealers began to include the compact disk in their product ranges with the same high price tag.
Napster, iTunes and Spotify
However, the emergence of digital music distributors such as firstly Napster and Emule, but then, the iTunes Music Store further Spotify. On the other hand, it meant the gradual dismantling of the local music business. All of a sudden, they initiate a disruptive process. At this point, they allowed consumers to purchase their favourite songs online and allowing artists to succeed without a record label.
The new offering of iTunes was an attack against the whole music industry, moreover, the countless record shops. After all, digital music distributors punished the entire antiquated music industry for their monopolistic, hence, selfish behaviour. For years the consumer got blackmailed into buying full albums instead of allowing them to buy only their favourite songs.
Henceforth, another big subject is financial technology, meanwhile known as “fintech”. It describes a business that aims at providing financial services by making use of modern technologies, moreover, cheap and user-friendly software applications.
All these changes also lead to so-called unicorn startups, which translates into a private company with a valuation of over US-Dollar one billion.
Access a full list of unicorns here.
Therefore, disruptive technologies (often referred to as “disruptive innovations”) are innovations that replace the success story of existing technology, product or service or that, above all, completely displace it from the market.
Furthermore, why do things have to stay the way they are. After all, why not rethink business models to start looking for synergies. Even more, why does a cost centre have to be a cost centre?
Consequently, you can question things and have your own non-traditional business opinion. Hence, don’t be boring – instead, take the momentum and add disruptive action to your life.
The initial outbreak of the coronavirus in China disrupted global supply chains. Still, as the epidemic has grown into a worldwide pandemic, with over 125,000 confirmed cases, the consequences have become even more far-reaching and less predictable.
Such incidences can have a massive impact on our daily habits, and it is probably one of the biggest and fastest leaders for disruptive innovations and will affect all companies.