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Josh Elman - Launching a Rocketship off Someone Else's Back

BY Josh Elman on June 2, 2017

Every early-stage consumer startup spends most of its energy figuring out how to grow something really small to something really big. It is hard gain momentum from a standing start, so a lot of people look for distribution on top of another established platform, like Facebook, Instagram or Twitter. However, founders often ask whether if […] Read more »

Different Ways to Make Money With Multi-Party Products

BY James Gadsby Peet on January 5, 2017

Multi party products  are those that are made up of numerous individuals, organisations and audiences whose actions affect one another, creating an ecosystem or network. They offer many levers to pull in terms of pricing strategy and so have many opportunities to try out different approaches. Here are a few lessons that Anna’s learned. Not […] Read more »

Building the Next Financial Times, Faster

BY Chris Massey on June 15, 2016

In 2008, the Financial Times was redesigned in a supposedly Agile way – it took four years, they ended up just shipped what they had, and was not considered a resounding success. Bede McCarthy talks about the latest attempt to update the FT.com site, and how they’re getting it right. The team has hit every major milestone on […] Read more »

Video : Guardian Platform Product Management

BY Martin Eriksson on March 3, 2011

The Guardian is one of the most innovative media companies, and has led the way on building an open platform for the wealth of content and data they have. In the Guardian’s long history, content delivery has evolved from the printed page to today’s multi platform environment where the latest news stories are published not […] Read more »