Slush Tokyo 2017 was an roller coaster mix of ideas, info, people, money and digital signals, all in a mysteriously smoky but otherwise impressively designed venue. Here are some of the moments that made us take a second look.
Arnaud Bonzom, Main Stage
Nothing ‘alternative’ about the facts Director of Innovation at 500 Startups Arnaud Bonzom’s deceptively simple slides conveyed up there on the main stage. Highlighting the current state of business innovation, the INSEAD entrepreneur in residence pointed out four of today’s most powerful business facts. “The world’s largest taxi company (UBER) owns no vehicles. The most valuable retailer (Alibaba) has no inventory. The world’s most popular media owner (facebook), creates no content. The world’s largest accommodation provider (airbnb), owns no real estate.” Mic-drop. Where does your enterprise fit into such a spectrum? […]
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