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I did a short interview recently of which this clip is a short portion. The program is produced out of Atlanta by Jean Creech called Bold Ventures TV. This was a question on the value of incubators.
Posted at 03:06 PM in Start up CEO, YCombinator | Permalink
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It's an interesting idea: company vs product vs feature. Forever, the debate has been only about products & features and never included companies. Now, that I come to think about it, Google started as a product that grew into a conglomerate company.
However, do we really need to draw the line between a conglomerate and a hyper-focused company? I do not see any benefits to the entrepreneurial infrastructure in such a distinction, but I do believe that a product-company has a development ceiling.
Denis Baranov |
April 13, 2010 at 08:09 PM
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