Cool Cat in a café at the Khan El-Khalili Market – with the entrepreneurs in the mirror.
Back in Denmark after an unforgettable trip to Cairo where I attended the event – Next Generation of Egyptian Entrepreneurs 2011, as a mentor from June 28th to July 1st. This was my trip and [...]Continue Reading →
Once in a while and so far in every edition, I have the privilege of contributing with articles and digital trends to the price winning Danish magazine Scenario. In the spring I suggested that they should interview Lane Becker, a brilliant mind and a wonderful character. Lane is a serial entrepreneur and [...]Continue Reading →
Facebook experiences a loss of users in primarily the US, Canada and Russia, this news has hit the headlines of international media including the Danish.
Tuesday I gave my take to DR News – the Danish television station, on why Facebook experiences a decrease of users in specific countries. The pattern [...]Continue Reading →
Checking in from your location has become far more known after Facebook Places has been launched. There are a broad variety of LBS (Location Based Services) providing information based on your current location. Some finds it brilliant, now information can be filtered based on my location – neat! Others find it creepy – [...]Continue Reading →
Twitter came first with their social network structure, based on thematic relations rather than the ones we know from LinkedIn, Facebook amongst others, which take-off on first or second level physical relations.
The big problem with Twitter is that it takes a significant while before you find a group of skilled people that represent the [...]Continue Reading →
Geo-location has undoubtedly been the tech darling of 2010, and we have probably only seen the beginning, many more “must have” geo-location services will rise in the years to come. And we intend to provide one of them – with Gignal.
We basically aggregate data from a specific location or tag – [...]Continue Reading →
1. Foursquare – Checkin at a location and share it with your friends, including tips, special offers and photos.
2. Layar – Augmented reality browser/platform. Hold your phone in front of you and see where the nearest tweet is posted, where to buy Pizza – or what your search might [...]
We launched Gignal in closed Beta at New Media Days on November 9-10, 2010. 800 participants, 2 days, 3 locations – all around and about New Media.
This was an excellent case to launch since we had the opportunity to present and aggregate from more locations, all the social services that we [...]Continue Reading →
Happy New Year wishes to everyone that supported us in 2010! Our first customers trusting our product. Savvy people sharing their thoughts and feedback to our vision. Event end users for expressing the value they experienced. All together motivating, challenging and driving us to where we are today.
We have come far in [...]Continue Reading →
We are about to kiss 2010 goodbye, which is always a bit sad since time flies to rapidly, but it is also exciting to see what the new year will bring. For us 2010 has been a journey with detours, ups and downs, frustrations and thrills – a typical startup experience.
In January [...]Continue Reading →
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