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The Bob Pritchard Radio Show

The Bob Pritchard Radio Show

Tuesday at 5 PM Pacific

April 15th 2014:Unless They Improve, Wearables Are A Short Term Fad

Americans discard wearables after about three months because of a multitude of reasons. We discussed the ways that entrepreneurs can change this dynamic; we discussed how tech ventures are biased towards younger people; the average age at founding of billion-dollar businesses is just 31 years old, while CEOs commence their tenure at S&P 500 companies at 53; we introduce the three teenage entrepreneurs who have launched Thinkspace for schools and colleges, continuing our practice of saluting teenage entrepreneurs. Effective communication today, irrespective of whether you use snail mail,

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https://www.voiceamerica.com/show/1999/the-bob-pritchard-radio-show 17/12/2017 04:00 17/12/2017 05:00 The Bob Pritchard Radio Show https://www.voiceamerica.com/show/1999/the-bob-pritchard-radio-show Americans discard wearables after about three months because of a multitude of reasons. We discussed the ways that entrepreneurs can change this dynamic; we discussed how tech ventures are biased towards younger people; the average age at founding of billion-dollar businesses is just 31 years old, while CEOs commence their tenure at S&P 500 companies at 53; we introduce the three teenage entrepreneurs who have launched Thinkspace for schools and colleges, continuing our practice of saluting teenage entrepreneurs. Effective communication today, irrespective of whether you use snail mail, traditional media or new media, it is absolutely critical. We discus each of the 10 elements that are absolutely essential for effective communication and assign a relative weight to each of these elements. This is a session that any businessperson needs to hear. We also talk to Chris Adams, Global CEO and Executive Director of online video streaming syndication company, Spondo. Chris has world-class, groundbreaking credits that go on for pages and pages. So I will just tell you a little bit. He is an internationally recognized new media pioneer, media, entertainment and technology executive with a history including Facebook, amazon, lycos, HBO; Comcast Cable and Interactive; and Glam.com where he built GlamTV. He was involved with movies that were nominated for 11 Academy Awards, and has also just published his third childrenʼs book which is narrated by Hugh Jackman and all profits will benefit The Global Poverty Project and World Vision. VoiceAmerica | Talk Radio | Online Talk Radio studio@voiceamerica.com false DD/MM/YYYY Add to Calendar
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