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Customer Zoom with Aaron Eden (August 20, ’14)

by Larry Chiang on August 18, 2014

Larry Chiang has a Jedi in Business Administration. It combines sales skills with Engineering. He spoke at Harvard Law School and Harvard Business wrote: “What They Don’t Teach You at Stanford Business School“. Now Chiang writes at Harbus, sits first chair entrepreneurship and investigates the concept of Customer Zoom.

Larry ChiangPALO ALTO, Calif.

By Larry Chiang

While some abhor startup jargon, I believe it’s a necessary evil.

Customer Zoom is a form of jargon that’s new. I know because I curate startup, entrepreneur content and curate signature business methods, recipes and pattern recognize the best patterns for us to pattern iterate.

In short, I look for cool stuff.

Synonymous JARGON “customer zoom” comes in the FORM (NUMBER TWO) = “business model canvas”.

Pay particular attention to
– problem.
– revenue streams.
– channels.

They’re all part of business model canvas. Brant Cooper co-spoke at an event with Aaron Eden. Brant wrote “Entrepreneurs Guide to Customer Development” Customer development has business model canvas. This parallels [{problem +revenue streams + channels = #EUBM}]


Jargon three is mine. I am guessing its similar to customer zoom. It is “cross the chasm from the right” (CTCFTR)


Please load up related content to customer zoom in the comments below. 9:59 video sums up 14 chapters of a book coming out 11-11-2019 “What They Will NEVER Teach You at Stanford Business School”

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Starr January 8, 2017 at 8:25 pm

thank you!!!!!!

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