"It's a new service called Prezi. And it's insanely great — the minute I saw it I had to have it, no questions asked. So, for the first time in half a decade, I found myself doing the unthinkable: paying for software" In the last few weeks we had many positive references on international news sites blogs and other media, but Umair Haque's post on Harvard Business Publishing blog is one of the best reviews we ever had.
Umair - the director of Havas Media Lab and founder of Bubblegeneration, an agenda-setting advisory boutique for blue chip companies and media industries believes that the new and most effective business model is simply to create "insanely great" stuff. Everybody's searching desperately for business model innovation - he adds, but "the 90s and 00s have been full of companies churning out the same old lame, toxic junk and trying to sell it in new ways — instead of detoxifying it."
He believes "stuff that's insanely great does what Prezi does — amazes, enriches, and inspires. That kind of stuff doesn't need a hard sell, a new market, or a convoluted product range. It just needs to be."
Check out Umair's presentation on Vimeo!