Quit your job and rebuild it! by @pmoe


20 juil. 16


Philipp Moehring@pmoe



1/ Tell me an industry and I will tell you how tech will change it within 10 years. You might not like it but it will happen.

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20 juil. 16


Philipp Moehring @pmoe



2/ real change (like real companies) takes time. Successful startups create value quietly, not when they are in the press.

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4/ and because of that, they can’t reply: not fast (because big), and not slow (because pressure is off). Management change adds to that.

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6/ low interest environment will make less digital model more attractive, but they only work as ‘startups’, i.e. fresh and founder driven.

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8/ technological (quicker in startups), marketing (more effective online), brand (less loyalty), gov/legal (changed or ignored)…

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Philipp Moehring @pmoe



10/ now, this is all for basic consumer industries. Which all have every offering available online today. And will dominate bc of above.

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20 juil. 16


Kyle Judah@KyleJudah



@pmoe I’d argue that it isn’t about less educated customers in niche markets, but those that are most neglected by BigCos

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20 juil. 16


Philipp Moehring@pmoe



12/ so quit your job and rebuild it from the ground up for how it will look like in 10 years. Now is the time.

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20 juil. 16


Philipp Moehring@pmoe



@zeigor Yeah, because you quit your job and built from the ground up 5 years ago.

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20 juil. 16


Philipp Moehring@pmoe



@DhanyalGopi @siliconvikings VR. Organisational tools. Marketing. Analytics of value. Replacing random encounters with focused intros.

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20 juil. 16


Philipp Moehring@pmoe



@DhanyalGopi yeah, stuff like that. Eventbrite, and thousands of networking and event apps that already exist.

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20 juil. 16


Chris Barchak@cbarchak



@pmoe @setonrog I think Aggregates might be even more of a laggard than Mining

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20 juil. 16


Ben Kinnard@CaptainKinnard



@pmoe 👍 we’re trying to use alternative data (public data available online etc.) to predict earnings more accurately and to help consumers

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20 juil. 16


Martin Weigert@martinweigert



@pmoe I’d love a blog post about that.

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20 juil. 16


Philipp Moehring@pmoe



3/ that’s why most incumbents dismiss new entrants – they point to the hype and ask ‘well, how did that work’.

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Philipp Moehring @pmoe



5/ founder driven and fast growing companies are easier to build online than off, because of available infra and best practises.

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7/ that, coupled with baggage and history, will make larger players always lag behind. Most moats are evaporating:

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9/ supplier (networked and available) and economies of scale (large funding) means almost all classic barriers to entry are gone.

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Philipp Moehring@pmoe



11/ Arguably, niche markets are even easier to change because of less scrutiny, funding, and educated customers.

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20 juil. 16


Philipp Moehring@pmoe



@KyleJudah I think there are _more_ educated customers, who stick to brand less and function more.

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20 juil. 16


Igor Schwarzmann@zeigor



@pmoe but i like my job.

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20 juil. 16


Dhanyal Gopi@DhanyalGopi



@pmoe @siliconvikings How’s tech going to change « Industry of Business conferences, exhibitions, summits. » #MICE

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20 juil. 16


Dhanyal Gopi@DhanyalGopi



@pmoe @siliconvikings Great, thanks! On ‘organisational tools’, did you mean tools to further help organize the events better, or?

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20 juil. 16


Philipp Moehring@pmoe



@cbarchak @setonrog no, but discovery employs a ton of data to be [sic] mined. o/w, obvious that machine & heavy industries have other moats

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20 juil. 16


Philipp Moehring@pmoe



@cbarchak @setonrog both are HEAVY on tech in selling/trading. But yeah, hard to disrupt sand and gravel production.

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20 juil. 16


Philipp Moehring@pmoe



@CaptainKinnard Bloomberg, Open Data, quant trading, securitization – anything with data and money involved is probably already changed.

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