In his talk about entrepreneurs, Stefano Moscani shares the story behind the startup he founded and lessons about entrepreneurship in general.
The speaker states that his company Jolla would not be possible without community. This is especially the case because the Jolla tablet received $2.5 million in a crowdfunding campaign. He believes companies are made of people, as is the market. The boundary between companies and customers is blurring as consumers are becoming increasingly active in the creation process. Rather than being passive, they are capable of determining the success of a product or service before it even goes to market. The talk about entrepreneurs calls for more openness and transparency in business so that consumers can have a better understanding. In this way, companies don't just increase the bottom line, they can make the world a better place.
Lessons in Entrepreneurship
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Connecting with Consumers
Inspirational Problem Solving
Lessons for Young Entrepreneurs
Mixing Market with Mission
Vulnerability in Social Entrepreneurship
Stefano Mosconi Keynotes
The Stefano Mosconi talk about entrepreneurship shares the story of his company, Jolla, and some of...