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Steve Faktor’s keynote helps entrepreneurs capitalize on the rise of new religions to re-imagine their products & services.
So what happens next? What happens months, years, a decade after the pandemic? And what will be our biggest missed opportunity. Steve Faktor shares a few thoughts on our future. This 9-part Quarantine Edition of The McFuture podcast explores the economics of the deadly Coronavirus – and how we can avoid the possibly deadlier consequences
Ideas, strategies, tactics, and examples of ways small businesses, startups and employees can survive – or even thrive – even under a pandemic quarantine. This 9-part Quarantine Edition of The McFuture podcast explores the economics of the deadly Coronavirus – and how we can avoid the possibly deadlier consequences of its cure – a deep
Here’s my recent quote in a Chicago Tribune article about the pitfalls of patents for entrepreneurs – followed by some advice on what to do instead: SUQUAMISH, Kitsap County In a large, converted 2,000-square-foot garage at the home of Scott McCoskery is where you’ll find what’s possibly the origins of many… Source: Fidget spinner pioneer trying not
‘Incrementalism’ only sounds like the next horrible religion to captivate Tom Cruise. It’s actually a chronic condition that’s claimed countless corporate careers. Its devastation can be measured in thousands of yards – of yacht downgrades. Before donating to your local Adopt-a-Yacht chapter, let’s study incrementalism’s latest victim, Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer. Ms. Mayer opened the door to infection
Now that I’m mired in the startup world, I thought I’d have a little fun with pictures.
I recently read a scathing review of several new services offering free or nearly free phone calls over the internet. Assuming you get past the fact that this mystery has already been solved, the mere existence of these services raises a few confounding questions: Why would anyone design such bufoonish, overly technical services? What kind