Tag Archives: TechCrunch

Competing for competition’s sake

I don’t agree with Vivek Wadhwa that losing a business plan competition is better than winning it. However, I do think that business plan competitions force many teams to aim for the wrong target. Here is the comment I left … Continue reading

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Hats off to Arrington

Well, it seems that the Mike Arrington’s pointed critique of social marketing practices is getting even the very large players to move quickly. Today, we’re adding a fifth principle that clarifies a specific use case that we feel is particularly … Continue reading

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Techcrunch Party in NYC

I’ll be at the Techcrunch party in NYC on Thursday. Polaris is a sponsor (MikeA doesn’t make it out East that often, so let’s celebrate ;-). The party is so over-booked (450 person waiting list) that they will have to … Continue reading

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