Involve B2B Customers in their Own Growth

On April 12, 2016, Posted by , In Growth Marketing,Professional, With No Comments

Have you found little to no engagement from your client’s side as a consultant? You have recommendations, you want to deliver results, but you need action from the customer’s side? I published this very dynamic and its potential solution on Medium. Take a look.

Road MX 2012

It’s been said several times that Guadalajara is the Mexican Silicon Valley. During the mid 90’s this was just starting out to be a catch-phrase for foreign investment in the city. It was nicknamed so because large companies like IBM and HP had settled here instead of Mexico City. Still…

What 1 Billion Represents for Instagram & Facebook

The number “One Billion” means two key things for both Instagram and Facebook. We’ve all seen how in the past days, a company that had no defined Business Model went from zero to a $1 Billion USD worth in under 18 months. This past sentence rises several questions, so let’s…

TEDx Zapopan, Independently Organized

My dedication to watch TED talks started at an Innovation course when I was in college. The main idea behind these talks (even mentioned in their logo) is to share ideas worth spreading. All kinds of speakers with different backgrounds, topics and fields of study have spoken here. Anything from…

The Perks of a Tech Start Up

On October 17, 2011, Posted by , In Innovation,Professional,Tech,Web, With No Comments

Every industry has a particular characteristic, one that predefines what your lifestyle will be like; Wall Street has coronaries, Hollywood has endless parties and Silicon Valley has its ping pong tables. How did I know which one to pick? As much as I’ve become a ping pong lover, it wasn’t…

Team Work: On and Off Site

On August 30, 2011, Posted by , In Corporate,Innovation,Professional,Tech, tagged in ,,,,,, , With No Comments

Henry Ford’s individualist and task based model has been long left in the past. Today, team work is the way the modern business world goes round. Countless books have been written about working styles and interaction within a professional team in the workspace. But leaving text aside, how do you…

Google + as a Job Finder

On August 1, 2011, Posted by , In Brands,Professional,Social Networks,Web, tagged in , , With No Comments

Article first published as Google + as a Job Finder on Technorati. Being able to interact with Opinion Leaders was never easier than it is today. Twitter started it all by allowing people to follow verified accounts of celebrities, politicians, religious personalities, and so many important people around the world. As you…

The 100,000,000th

On March 22, 2011, Posted by , In Professional,Social Networks, With No Comments

Indeed we know that different social networks are at different stages on their product/service life cycle. Several videos have even suggested the idea that if Facebook were a nation, it’d be the third largest in the world with over five hundred million users. But then again, the most famous social…

Hedonism: The New Marriage Profile

On October 13, 2010, Posted by , In Professional, With No Comments

There has certainly been a major change in lifestyles during the very young twenty first century. We all know the usuals, the visibles: working couples, house chores taken over by technology and so more time to specialize in other things. In other words, since you have more time in your…

Sponsoring Nature… or the other Way Around?

On October 13, 2010, Posted by , In Professional, With No Comments

When we think of sponsorships, immediately we think 2 things: some kind of scholarship or a sports/cultural event being supported by some major company or brand. For the purposes of this entry, let’s stick to the latter. Gatorade, Coca Cola, Beer Brands, etc they are always present at major events,…