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Computers and Startups

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  1. Computers and Startups Felipe Prada

  2. Contents • History • Startup • Computers And Startups • Social Media • Apps • Globalization Fueled Startups • Problems • Dot Com Bubble • Solutions • 10 Years • Sources

  3. Startup Companies • A startup company or startup is a company, a partnership or temporary organization designed to search for a repeatable and scalable business model. - Wikipedia

  4. Computers and Startups • Dot Coms • Social Media • Facebook • Twitter • Instagram • Apps • WhatsApp • Snap Chat • Non Traditional Computer Startups • Facilitated by the invention of computers • Globalization

  5. Computers And Startups • Social Media e.g. Twitter, Facebook, etc. • Fueled other startups to sprout around their platform • Fueled connection of millions of people • Small companies and individuals can advertise and create communities without any major expenses. • The Internet and Computers • Millions of startups sprouting due to Internet's capacity to connect • Internet driven Globalization causes more people to connect and more startups to be created • Personal Startup Anecdote

  6. Problems • Speculative Dot Com Bubble

  7. Dot Com • Flood of Investors seeking unrealistic returns from Dot Coms • Dot Com companies were spending without any consideration just to increase stock prices • Collapse lead to a bust in the economy

  8. 10 Years from Now • Are we in an App bubble? • Social Media bubble? • Ability to connect with even more individuals across the globe. • Cheaper and faster logistics • Drone Startups

  9. References • http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Startup_company • http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dot-com_bubble • The Random Walk Down Wall Street, Burton Malkiel