Preventing something from happening is without any doubt one of the biggest opportunities in healthcare - and perhaps especially digital healthcare. Trying to keep people from developing a medical condition that requires cost medical care is a really good idea for everybody concerned. And given the nature of prevention - and thus lack of physical… Continue reading Silent opportunities
A couple of weeks ago I ventured a bit into unknown territory, when I attended the Green Impact Summit in Copenhagen. I wanted to get a firsthand view of what's going on within the world of impact startups and get a sense of how it's progressing from being a lot of great and interesting ideas… Continue reading Unleashing impact
It is always a pleasure when you have the opportunity to go out and share some of the experiences and learnings, you have had, to an audience who need the insights in order to improve their odds of turning ideas into successful startups. I had such an opportunity the other day, when I visited the… Continue reading Helping university research count
One of the great misconceptions in working to build a startup from scratch is that you need only be great at one thing - typically product development - and then you can wing and learn the rest. Why do I think it’s a wrong approach? First of all, you’re essentially working on a wrong assumption… Continue reading It takes a full team
Until now it has been somewhat of an established truth that if you’re a software engineer, and you know your programming languages of choice really, really well, you can do pretty much anything; You can bring new ideas to life, build new products, build new business even, if you’re an engineer with a keen interest… Continue reading A new kind of rockstars
There are a number of fundamental questions in business, and one of the most fundamental ones to any business is the one of what to charge for your product? Clearly there is not one 100% correct answer for that question as it always depends on a lot of different things. And yes, pricing is a… Continue reading What’s the right price?
Can you start out with one type of business model and then transition to a new one without facing huge challenges? The question is a valid one. And the answer is probably “No” in most cases. And it is worth exploring a bit further, as it’s often a topic that comes up when I meet… Continue reading Beware changing models
It’s been in the cards for ages, but now it’s official: Internet Explorer (IE) will be retired in June 2022. Most people have long since moved on. And for good reason(s). But many businesses still have some legacy tools that for some silly reason loves IE more than anything else. They will now need to… Continue reading Rest In Peace, IE