Denver Summer 2012 Semester
What market are you pursuing? Is the target market big enough? Is it growing or shrinking? What are the other characteristics of your market, and why do you care? How do you find data on your market? How do you define your competitors? What are inexpensive tactics to do custom market research, such as surveys? How can you determine if you can win in your target market, and when do you decide to walk away?
Choose your business and market.
2012-05-21, 06:30 PM
Michael Clark - Co-founder, SafetyWeb.com (Denver FI), Photobucket
Michael is the CTO of Photobucket.com. He is responsible for all aspects of technical operations and software development for Photobucket and all of its web and mobile services. He returned to Photobucket in 2012 after having built the startup SafetyWeb.com which was a c...
Managing Partner, Breosla LLC
Kevin Fallon, Managing Partner of Breosla, has 30 years of business experience beginning at General Electric and RCA, and subsequently as a founder of four technology ventures. In addition, as COO with two publicly traded corporations, Kevin has met a broad array of opera...
Founder & CEO, Robotly (VoipReview.org)
Eric Laughlin is founder and CEO of Robotly - a company providing information and reviews on robotics. Laughlin was cofounder and CEO of VoipReview.org establishing it as a leading VoIP site that has helped over 10 million consumers gather information and purchase busine...
Gary Gaessler - Co-Founder & Market Builder, Cloud Elements (Chicago FI)
Gary is the VP Sales & Marketing at Cloud Elements. Cloud Elements reduces the time and costs to develop and run Cloud Applications. We build open cloud applications faster with re-usable elements and a cloud-centric product dev team providing a unique blend of technology...