Lessons On Bringing New Technology To Market From A Serial Entrepreneur (Part 1)
December 2, 2019
Growing up, I was always intrigued by technology. I distinctly remember the National Geographic Magazine with the cover story titled “The Chip.” That cover and Time’s Computer as Machine of the Year for 1982 led to a lifelong career in technology, beginning as a developer, architect and eventually an entrepreneur bringing new enterprise innovations to market.
Bringing new innovation — and challenging existing practices and habits — to market can be one of the scariest moments in business. Four companies and almost 25 years later, since that microchip graced the cover of my favorite magazine, I am still learning. There’s still risk and uncertainty.