Weekend Reading

This week’s links:

  • Top Trends at Consumer Electronics Show: from VentureBeat. More from Betanews.
  • When to ramp up sales: by Ed Sim. “Before you get too aggressive with your growth plans make sure you can answer all of these questions about your go-to-market strategy.”
  • What China is doing: by Thomas Friedman. “I’ve been stunned to learn about the sheer volume of wind, solar, mass transit, nuclear and more efficient coal-burning projects that have sprouted in China in just the last year.” We in India are, like the US, also sleeping.
  • India 2010-2020: Two excellent articles from Pratap Bhanu Mehta and Jerry Rao, from the Indian Express.
  • The End of Boring Presentations: by Scott Berkun in Forbes. “Keep your business presentations short. You’ll get your point across more clearly.”

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  2. Absolutely . Our leaders don’t understand the need of energy and clean energy needs. We will be in big trouble if we don’t react in a big way on energy than anything else.

    We can’t only blame the leaders… every business men are chasing the un-realistic real-estate business than thinking of what we need tom’row… tall raised buildings with thousands in there living in dark.

    U.S. can sleep… it has the inertia to take giant leaps … india is always an incremental and slow progressing thinggy…