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Así fracasó Pebble: “El mayor error fue no reaccionar cuando sabíamos que iba a llegar el Apple Watch” El verano de 2012 estuvo marcado tecnológicamente por, entre otras, las primeras entregas del Tesla Model S, el estirón del primer iPhone que superó las 3,5 pulgadas, los intentos de superación del reciente cierre de Megaupload... y por el exitazo que supuso para el crowdfunding la campaña del Pebble, aquel reloj inteligente que llegó cuando casi nadie fabricaba relojes inteligentes y que puso patas arriba el sector.

Así fracasó Pebble: “El mayor error fue no reaccionar cuando sabíamos que iba a llegar el Apple Watch”

Pebble se convirtió no solo en la empresa que estaba produciendo uno de los productos más atractivos o al menos que más atención captaba por parte del público entusiasta de la tecnología, sino también en un referente del crowdfunding (que definitivamente dejó atrás sus días de gloria) y el hype colectivo. No han pasado ni siete años desde aquel verano, y ya hace tiempo que de Pebble no queda nada tangible.

Diez millones de dólares para ser pioneros Pebble original lanzado en la campaña de 2012. Cómo los smartphones fulminaron el negocio de las cámaras de foto digitales, resumido en un solo gráfico. Unreasonable México. HBR Guide to Building Your Business Case Ebook + Tools. Note: Quantity pricing discounts will be reflected at Checkout, prior to submitting your order.

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Period. This chapter introduces a simple little equation originally coined by Christine Comaford, author of Rules for Renegades. And it’s so true. There are lots of problems in the world but many of them remain unattended to because people aren’t motivated to solve it – or spend MONEY on it. Meanwhile, other problems – the ones that come with PAIN – are addressed immediately.

Here is a brief video I recorded about this chapter: . Inicio. Pitch elevator ejemplo. Larry Cooley: Scaling Up. The Periodic Table of Scaling Up Success. Inflection. Rhythm + patrick thean. How to Get into a Think Rhythm. I just finished a wonderful day and a half with my EO (Entrepreneurs Organization) forum.

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Our forum is a group of 9 founders who get together regularly every quarter. We relax and chill. And we provide support and help each other think about our companies strategically. We share experiences and provide different points of view and reflection, without telling each other directly or exactly what to do. Everything we discuss is confidential. The X Factor TO BUILD A BUSINESS THAT DOMINATES, YOU NEED TO DISCOVER AN EDGE THAT PUTS YOUR COMPANY WAY AHEAD OF ITS COMPETITORS. JUST ASK STARBUCKS, OUTBACK, AND OTHER SUCCESSFUL ENTREPRENEURIAL STARTUPS. - December 1, 2002. The X Factor TO BUILD A BUSINESS THAT DOMINATES, YOU NEED TO DISCOVER AN EDGE THAT PUTS YOUR COMPANY WAY AHEAD OF ITS COMPETITORS.

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