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Why companies don't get invited to the DEMO conference

I hope by now you've had a chance to absorb all the news from DEMO '06 (if you haven't, check out the demonstrators' stage presentations here -- click on DEMO 2006 in the "Watch Demo Videos" window and choose a company).

One question that always swirls around the conference comes from inquiring minds that want to know what ......

Full article >>> e a product to market. Dont get me wrong; I definitely have a soft spot for idealistic entrepreneurs out to change the world. I just expect them to have a realistic view of the world they want to change and a vague idea of what will be required to change it.

The product or company just isnt ready. DEMO is a rocket-launcher for young companies, and it is not an experience to be taken ligh......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Chris Shipley 02/22/06


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