There are winners and losers with every major technology innovation. Skura was on the losing end of the iPad revolution, and had to reinvent their product and brand. But with careful planning and a commitment to the future, they made purposeful decisions to get ahead of the mess and create a solution that stands head and shoulders above the competition.
Brands have a shelf life–typically 3 to 7 years. As they age and mature, companies have to rethink and reposition themselves for the times. What is innovative today can become common place tomorrow.
Steve Jobs wrote, "I hate it when people call themselves 'entrepreneurs' when what they're really trying to do is launch a startup and then sell or go public, so they can cash in and move on. They're unwilling to do the work it takes to build a real company, which is...
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