Lessons learnt We’ve just closed down Recuperon, an Internet project I’ve been working on for some months, and when I look backwards and ask myself what is the most fascinating thing I’ve learnt, this is the answer: “On the Internet the mass of a company looks irrelevant, there must be other rules that determine how fast the organisation can move.” That explains why Eric Ries doesn’t mention the size of the “institution” when he defines a startup, something that I actually wondered many times.
Challenge People who bet online want tools to maximize their winnings while bookmakers are interested in having more channels to attract customers.
Escucho la palabra startup muy a menudo, pero cuando pregunto qué es un startup las respuestas que recibo son muy dispares.
Challenge People want to extend their social networks beyond their friends and people they know in order to buy and sell things in a more reliable environment.
Challenge People are interested in setting face-to-face connections between nearby individuals who are previously unknown by enabling smartphones to infer connections between them – specially people who attend events and trade fairs.