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Sales, Spin Outs and Sequels #CS183s

by Larry Chiang on September 24, 2015

Larry Chiang’s NY Times bestseller, “What They Don’t Teach You at Stanford Business School“, is a sequel. #cs183s is a sequel to Peter Thiel’s “CS 183”. Chiang’s, mentor’s, Mark McCormack’s, book, “What They Don’t Teach You at Harvard Business School” came out in 1983. Chiang sequel had a launch party on the runway of New York fashion week because his mentor started IMG, International Management Group. At University of Illinois, Chiang co-founded a company that helps people at public schools to get a FICO over 748.8 before they graduate.

NY Fashion Week takes place three times per year. Larry Chiang stays at the #NYFW, Westin Hotel.

UPDATE: Great point. That is a blue Peets Coffee and tea cup. Peets is a prequel to Starbucks. Starbucks started when they sold Peets beans in Seattle.

By Larry Chiang

85 Degrees is a hot brand of coffee. They were founded and branded overseas. Let us duck chapter 9 bankruptcy and focus on sequels, spin-outs and sales

♡Jessica DeCarlo♡ (@room4happinesss)
There’s a new 85 degrees in Cupertino and I want to be there right now

There is an 85 Degrees in Berkeley too.

Larry Chiang (@LarryChiang)
My kids’ will do a sequel: “Mei Mei, kwai Yi Dian Ma” #CS183b #CS183e #CS183s…

Di Di Kwai Yi Di was in TechCrunch. I’m paying attention to sales, sequels and spinouts. CrunchBase was just spun out of TechCrunch. 

Disrupt is the techcrunch conference that is a sequel to TC 50 and TC40.
Brady is a sequel to Abbie and Bailey. Brady is a sequel name to Baxter.
Disrupt probably won’t be going bankrupt because it had so many great prequels leading up to the franchise concept.

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