Category: Predictions

February 14, 2017

I recently wrote an opinion piece for The Hill – a well-respected political website. In this article, I explore whether government should play a bigger role in regulating early stage investing and what policymakers in Washington can do to facilitate innovation for startups.

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December 30, 2016

I was pleased to recently be featured on TCCrocks.com (a Verizon Wireless blog) about mobile trends. Mobile in 2016 is moving into big industries: shipping, oil & gas, insurance, transportation, etc.  Big service industries like insurance and banking have made only very small inroad into mobile. But 2017 might be the time for them to go big.

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November 9, 2016

I am honored to share this article about the chatbot revolution published recently on Venturebeat.com. Please read it and share your thoughts whether you are new to the topic of chatbots or very familiar. I look forward to hearing from you.

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August 30, 2016

I was invited by VentureBeat to offer my perspective on ChatBots. I think it’s going to revolutionize mobile marketing and here’s why: one of the most powerful thing with mobile marketing is that everything is measurable. But it’s all done in a very linear, simplified way. The way services and business grow is a lot more chaotic. This is where ChatBots can help. Read to find out why.

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July 16, 2016

I recently wrote an article for the Harvard Business Review about how technology may affect the outcome of the 2016 U.S. presidential election. I learned a lot and cover three critical aspects: marketing, operations, and profiling.

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June 9, 2016

Recently, I joined Jim Blasingame, The Small Business Advocate, on his radio show. Not only are we both authors, but Jim and I share similarities in what we do for businesses. The Small Business Advocate site delivers valuable original information to help business owners and managers have the maximum opportunity to be successful. I got to share advice on the future of mobile and mobile strategy.

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April 13, 2016

Our mobile products are new extensions of ourselves. The mobile revolution isn’t simply a technological invention from which we can disconnect at any time. We can’t disengage from the air we breathe or from the feet that carry us. Similarly, in today’s world we can’t disconnect from our mobile products. For companies, it means focusing on delighting customers with a great mobile experience where context and privacy have a place.

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January 6, 2016

I wrote this article for the Huffington Post because in 2016, it’s clear that mobile has eaten the world… Despite my experience at several mobile pioneers for over a decade, I’ve long struggled to wrap my head around the mobile revolution. Soon, I realized I wasn’t alone. This article is my mobile manifesto. I argue that mobile products are extensions of ourselves. What we should expect from them is what we want for ourselves: an attractive body, a meaningful life, and a masterful mind.

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June 1, 2015

When AOL announced that it was being sold to Verizon, many speculations started to fly around about consumer Internet companies. Why? Because as they become public and need to keep up with the expectations of their users on mobile, it becomes increasingly difficult for them to innovate. They’re shooting themselves in the foot, in a way. In this article, which I wrote for the Harvard Business Review, I outline what their options are.

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March 5, 2015

Here’s one thing I love about mobile: the Sharing Economy. Why? Because the Sharing Economy represent an opportunity to overcome rising inequalities. Instead of owning, let’s share: a pretty optimistic view of the world, I think. And the Sharing Economy is creating all sorts of opportunities for entrepreneurs, as I discuss in this article, originally published in the Harvard Business Review. (Of course, there are some risks and the freelancers and workers of the Sharing Economy are grossly underpaid right now. I’m not covering this in that particular article, but I discuss it in my book, mobilized.)

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February 18, 2015

I wrote mobilized, my book on mobile, because we’re at the dawn of the mobile revolution and need to understand the impact of mobile on business and the world. Why do I say “dawn” when billions of people already have a smartphone? Because tomorrow, we’ll each have multiple mobile devices, such as an ear pieces, a smart watch, an intelligent pill. This trend, known as Internet of Things, is however slow to take off. This is what I discuss in this article, originally published in the Huffington Post.

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