Serial entrepreneur in the mobile technology, fundraising, subscription service, and e-commerce space.
Interests in social networking, blockchain, machine learning and predictive insights, e-commerce, branding, marketing.
Atlanta Tech Village • Atlanta, GA • email@example.com
How much would you pay for a 50 yard line ticket in VR?
Short Term: People were on Snapchat, Instagram, iMessage, Musical.ly, etc depending on demographic.
Long Term: Mark needs to double down on optimizing real data on connections and meaningful relationships so he can win at his launch of VR experiences and rooms.
This is bad news for the numerous entrepreneurs getting into this space (including a friend out of Georgia Tech’s Flashpoint incubator presenting tomorrow in NY.) That said when this scales and they can figure out the litter issue mentioned above, it’s win for the planet and the consumer. I predict that
This is bad news for the numerous entrepreneurs getting into this space (including a friend out of Georgia Tech’s Flashpoint incubator presenting tomorrow in NY.) That said when this scales and they can figure out the litter issue mentioned above, it’s win for the planet and the consumer. I predict that works by some sort of in-app incentive to secure the bike in the proper place, and rating decreases/fines if they don’t. (i.e. the next rider can rate the previous riders bike placement) Additionally this makes go to market much easier by removing the need to partner with and install at physical locations. All in all I’m excited to see how this scales up with Uber’s logistics and user base. And how Lyft responds.
Iceland/Greenland have a lot of opportunity here and enormous data centers are sprouting up.
Amazon just made a massive offensive penetration into many American’s living rooms with Alexa/Echo Dot at Christmas. They’re poised to win the audio platform & audio search space, and at the very least are going to cause a massive shake up very soon. Their data is going to be second to none.
As we move solidly into the new year, it’s worth quoting one of Ingvar Kamprad’s frequently recurring expressions of optimism: “Most things still remain to be done - a glorious future!” His focus on constant growth is seen in IKEA and a strong guiding star for entrepreneurs across industries.
This article heavily focuses on Apple acquiring Tesla the car company, while Elon is focused on building Tesla the energy company. I think this acquisition is unlikely and what’s more likely is Elon maintaining course to power both Earth and Mars.