Category: Technology

Word Cloud "Crowd Funding"

Don’t be discouraged if your investors meeting went bad. Crowdfunding may be the answer to secure the funding your project needs. Continue reading

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We need to ask of ourselves a series of questions that I don’t think we are asking as we race to embrace ‘all things digital’. Continue reading

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Rather than looking at startups as disruptors or threats, large companies need to start embracing the innovator’s mindset, where threats are often seen as opportunities. In this case, the opportunity to partner with nimble, emerging startups that are well positioned to exploit emerging trends and disruptive innovations is one worth exploring. Continue reading

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Once you have established if a proposition is desirable and possible, the assessment can be made on whether it is viable in the market. Continue reading

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4 Ways to Survive and Thrive in the Era of Black Swans

About eight years ago, I had a profound professional awakening. In a moment of clarity, I realized that the world was changing far more rapidly than I had ever imagined. I recognized that the traditionally staid world of market research would be turned upside down by a series of cultural and technological currents that would permanently change the landscape and future of an industry. Continue reading

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Leaning on the farming analogy, Joe Granda has put together three key aspects of professional technology scouting while offering tips on how to systematically harvest the opportunities. Continue reading

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The late 70′s must have been a crazy time. Beyond just Jobs and Woz and Gates and Allen, there was Osborne and Bricklin and Peddle and Bushnell. They must have known they were at a tipping point but just couldn’t quite sense the enormity of change that was about to take place. What emerged of course was the era of personal computing. Continue reading

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