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Marketing So Advanced, It’s Dumb

by Larry Chiang on July 1, 2015

Larry Chiang enthusiastically listens in a motivated posture to soak up knowledge from “First Chair Entrepreneurship”. He took notes on his mentor’s, Mark McCormack’s, book(s) so thoroughly well on GigaOm that he earned a guest lecture gig at Harvard Law School. Harvard Business School’s Harbus, Paul Thompson wrote: “What They Don’t Teach You at Stanford Business School“. Now, he writes at Harbus himself and activates Gua Gua Guacamole marketing knowledge for engineers who have a startup. Yup, a “Jedi in Business Administration” is real.

Larry ChiangSILICON VALLEY, Calif.

By Larry Chiang

The favorite method to like your wounds after a Silicon Valley meeting gone badly is to say, “They didn’t get it.”

Plot spoiler, when you teach 5th graders how to play baseball or how to entrepreneur, and they do not “get it”, it is obviously your fault. So, now I present to you marketing so smart, its dumb.

Larry Chiang (@LarryChiang)
If Silicon Valley startup founders marketed movies, they’d use organic, New Zealand lamb brands, that no one knows

Very few people know that the world’s best lamb comes from New Zealand.

They are raised happily. They die happily. You can taste it. You can definitely feel it in the high price.

Well, marketing is mostly sales based. I got most of my knowledge HERE:


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