Congratulations to a great IPO Zendesk, but also to Singapore based Zopim that got $10.9M in shares in the $30M acquisition I do not regularly write about IPOs and companies that go public, but as a long-time customer and fan to Zendesk and as they also is a, by origin, a company from Denmark it … Continue reading Zendesk IPO a success
Try not! Do, or do not. There is no try!
I will be blunt, for me MVP is a glorified way to build a product that lacks both revenue-model as well as business-model. It is all about tech geeks that want to build cool stuff. An inside-out approach. Some might succeed, but millions will and have failed! I have probably already pissed quite a few … Continue reading Why I do not like MVP – minimum viable product
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I have been wrong, very wrong. And I am extremely happy about it! For two days I have been at the Startup Asia 2014 conference here in Singapore. I had low expectations, without a reason I must admit, and in so many ways I am positively surprised. < h3>The Startups There where a huge bunch … Continue reading Startup Asia 2014
Think if a product could tell you to avoid things that your body reacts bad to or if you want to know what triggers your anger, or to identify things and places that makes you happy. That is all something that Heartware can help with. Heartware is an impressive product, even though still in early … Continue reading Heartware – makes your life better