Category Archive: Social Media & Marketing

Nov 10

4A’s CreateTech, part 2

4A’s CreateTech November 9, 2017 Los Angeles, California New Vocab word from Joel Sucherman, NPR: “Futts” for the frustrating ‘failed utterance’ when Alexa fails to understand you. “If you thought discovery was hard before, it’s even more challenging now. Having a strong brand is a key to success” ~ Winston Binch, Deutsch “There hasn’t been …

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Nov 09

4A’s CreateTech, part 1

4A’s CreateTech November 9, 2017 Los Angeles, California “Many companies are on the linear path to doom.” (by not thinking exponentially) ~ Ari Popper, SciFuture “You only learn by doing. Get your hands dirty. Try writing for Alexa or Cortana. Much like the dawn of the web, this is the dawn of voice.” ~ Winston …

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Oct 18

WSJ D.Live, part 2

WSJ D.Live Laguna Beach, California October 16–18, 2017 “If you’re going to build a business based on advertising… I would say go home.” ~ Barry Diller, IAC “All retailers are chasing the millennial shopper. They don’t quite know who they are. Just that they’re difficult to please.” ~ as tweeted by Michelle Killebrew “China’s GDP …

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Oct 18

WSJ D.Live, part 1

WSJ D.Live Laguna Beach, California October 16–18, 2017 “Every tech company believes it’s their manifest destiny to own the digital assistant.” ~ Michael J. Wolf, Activate “The benefit of having scarce resources as an entrepreneur, is that you have to learn how to be efficient.” ~ Bill Ackman, Pershing Square Capital Management “Tech firms may …

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Oct 05

Vanity Fair’s New Establishment Summit, part 2

Vanity Fair’s New Establishment Summit October 2-4, 2017 Los Angeles, California “We considered buying Twitter.” ~ Bob Iger, Disney “If you thought the 2016 election was wacky, wait ’til we get to 2020…it’s going to get even weirder.” ~ Jeffrey Gundlach, DoubleLine “It’s not a meritocracy, it’s a mirror-tocracy.” (describing why female founders don’t get funding) …

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