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Value trumps novelty

They are not synonymous.

Bruno Pešec
Bruno Pešec
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Value trumps novelty

When looking at potential ideas to invest in, prioritise ideas that are highly valuable to both the recipient and creator (i.e. your customer and your business) over ideas that are merely novel. And if you do go for novelty, make sure to factor in the cost of educating the market, and risk of the fast mover benefiting from your work.

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