Uber Is The Problem, Not Its Business Model

Tyler Cowen writes in Bloomberg: The new Britain appears to be a nationalistic, job-protecting, quasi-mercantilist entity, as evidenced by the desire to preserve the work and pay of London’s traditional cabbies. That’s hardly the right signal to send to a world considering new trade deals or possibly foreign investment in the U.K. Uber, of course, Continue reading Uber Is The Problem, Not Its Business Model

The Real Reason Why Your Product Launch Failed

Recently, I’ve found myself getting approached by a lot of people who have “just finished their product” and are looking for their “first marketing hire.” Very often, these products have fundamental flaws. Sometimes the product is an idea that has been tried many times before, and which the market has shown that it doesn’t really Continue reading The Real Reason Why Your Product Launch Failed