“Understand The #Retail Apocalypse With One Giant Chart” @StockTwits https://t.co/UnmOAgWyQx #ecommerce #in

“Understand The #Retail Apocalypse With One Giant Chart” @StockTwits https://t.co/UnmOAgWyQx #ecommerce #in — Juan Yagüe (@yaguejuan) June 11, 2017 //platform.twitter.com/widgets.js from Twitter https://twitter.com/yaguejuan Advertisements

How did Alex Karp start Palantir without a technical background?

How to start up without technical knowledge: the case of Palantir (interesting topic) on @quora Answer by Alex Moore: I was the 1st employee of this company so am happy to give my two cents. Three of the co-founders were all hardcore computer science (Nathan, Stephen and Joe). Peter knew Alex from their days at … More How did Alex Karp start Palantir without a technical background?

Pricing strategy for #SaaS is also meaningful for non-SaaS #productmanagement

Pricing is probably the most risky moment for a startup. The most common mistake made by a company is to price products or services thinking about the company itself and its own operative. Deadly wrong! Let’s go back to basics… defnition of customer: someone who pays for something because it is useful for her/him. In … More Pricing strategy for #SaaS is also meaningful for non-SaaS #productmanagement

How to address growth in your startup: talk a lot to your team’s finance member!

Unless you are running a NGO, the financials behind your startup look like pretty much closer to the one’s of a big corporation rather than the ones behind a group of flatmates who split payments. Well… in real early stage your financials may look like a group of college flatmates paying for their costs at … More How to address growth in your startup: talk a lot to your team’s finance member!

Disruption and Business Development in B2B

Worst nighmare of a company’s salesforce is to realize there isn’t anyone really willing to buy your product. Wait! You did your research and everyone looked sincerely interested… even they asked for a proposal and talked about figures. What happened in between?? There is a simple answer to that: it happened nothing, because to be … More Disruption and Business Development in B2B

Aren’t you selling?… well, it’s all your fault!

Yes, we all know. It’s the theory and almost an axiom in sales strategy: you’ll only succeed if you create value for your clients. But… wait a minute… you have an awesome product! you get positive feedback from every potential client you talk to… even some of them look like crazy for your company… but … More Aren’t you selling?… well, it’s all your fault!

Relationship between growth, retention rate, market size and acquisition costs

Founders of a startup usually tend to focus in pure user base growth in order to measure success. It is also a commonly used metric by many investors in order to evaluate success of a venture. It is almost 100% true in the very first beginning of a startup: you can only start validating your … More Relationship between growth, retention rate, market size and acquisition costs