It's easy to be fooled by first impressions. And I have to admit that when my former colleague Jim Forbes decided to profile Confoti in the January 2002 issue of DEMOletter, I was rather dismissive. After all, the company offered customized confetti sold over the Internet. Dot-com businesses were imploding left and right and I was certain that this cute little party supply site wouldn't be ar......Full article >>>
color printers. In fact, the capital goods to run a Confoti print franchise would be as low as $7,000.
Confoti manages this better than 10X cost reduction through a series of processes that effectively normalize customer-driven product specifications and a printing process that calibrates and corrects for specific printer variances at the time of output. These processes eliminate the......Full article >>>
m of very bright people with deep experience in consumer brand marketing. Together, that team is moving the company steadily toward profitability.
According to Wayshak, the company will be profitable in the first quarter of 2005 with a modest additional investment of $1M. They can accelerate that goal by a quarter or more with a $3M-$4M additional investment. To date, the company ha......Full article >>>
Fininvest, IDG Ventures, and Invesco Private Equity. A creator of fingerprint authentication products for the enterprise and consumer, DigitalPersona says it will use the investment money to broaden its sales, marketing, and engineering infrastructure. DigitalPersona's offerings let users replace passwords with a fingerprint. . . Shazam Entertainment has gathered up $5 million in new fundin......Full article >>>
ech, Mirra, Tapwave, Macromedia - even Microsoft - launch their products, create critical business relationships, and sell to thought-leading early adopters. DEMOmobile 2003 demonstrators benefited from more than 162 million media impressions before, during, and long after the event. Visit: http://www.i......
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