IoT Now talks to Markus Larsson is vice president, Global Business Development at PARC.
As a child what job did you want to have when you grew up?
I recently found something I wrote when I was ten years old, predicting what I would be doing when I was 25. I clearly had my mind made up early, because not only did I correctly identify that I would be studying engineering
Ritam Gandhi, the founder of Studio Graphene, works at the intersection of digital product design and IoT solutions. He thinks that one of the most interesting facets of any culture is how they do business.
Achilles Rupf, CEO of Naka Mobile, says that if you have self believe and willing to learn from your mistakes, nothing will stop you.
Nitin Karmarkar, SVP at Globetouch, says that empowering your team, even to the point of making yourself redundant, results in your own personal growth.
Adam Mayer, Senior Technical Product Marketing manager at Qlik, loves seeing old companies with new IoT strategies.
Peter Pugh-Jones, head of technology, SAS UK & Ireland says, Just because you can solve a problem with tech doesn’t always mean you should.
Matthew Owen, managing director, M2M Intelligence, says leave room in negotiation to avoid a prospect’s loss of face.
Andy Nolan, VP of UK, Ireland & Northern Europe, Lifesize says Act quickly, don’t look back.
Cherif Sleiman, VP Europe, Middle East and Africa at Infoblox finds there is one universal business language.