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How to Launch Your Digital Platform

For online platform businesses, customer mobilization challenges loom large. The most successful platforms connect two or more types of users—buyers and sellers on a shopping portal, travelers and hotel operators on a booking service—and a strong launch usually requires convincing early users to …

App Store

Customer Experience is Becoming More Important Than the Product Itself

Customer experience is the sum of all engagements and interactions a customer has with your business in every step of their journey and lifecycle. …

Customer Experience

Logic+Emotion

Moment in time—the world seems obsessed with the renaissance of app led live video streaming and the rivalry between MeerKat and Twitter backed …

Advertising

The Unavoidable Truth Of Moving Fast And Breaking Things

<b>Editor’s note:</b> <i>Andrew McCollum is a co-founder of Facebook and investor in Opbeat, an ops platform for developers.</i><p>“Move fast and break things”: It’s one of the principles that has guided Facebook’s development process since its earliest days. These five words encapsulate a philosophy of rapid …

InterAct

25 Things You Missed at SXSW 2015 by Gapingvoid

This ebook compiles awesome outtakes from SXSW2015. Written by @Briansolis and illustrated by @gapingvoid, it captures why you should be very sorry you failed to get to Austin this year:)<p>This is another in our series of ebooks that can make your ideas come alive.

SXSW

The business of business

IN 2000 two American law professors, Henry Hansmann of Yale University and Reinier Kraakman of Harvard, pronounced that the most hotly-contested …

Ralph Northam

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While we often focus on figures like Steve Jobs and Bill Gates as the lone geniuses behind wildly successful companies, the truth is their skills were bolstered by the teams of talented people working for them. Gates himself has said that creativity is less of an individual characteristic than it …

Bill Gates