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Big Data for Business Message Board › We are Adding materials to our Meetup @ the Innovation Pavilion

We are Adding materials to our Meetup @ the Innovation Pavilion

A former member
Big Data answers and the entrepreneur

Why do so many big data start-ups fail?
How to change that!

The business myth says:
A lone entrepreneur – beavering away in a lab or a garage somewhere – through hard work, grit and sheer perseverance develops a great product which then becomes a blockbuster hit.
That sounds appealing but the reality is most start-ups tend to burn through their resources and then disappear because they never get around to seeing what their potential customers think of what they’re developing. They worry about the product
Big Data Leads to Insights, Improvements & Automation Over the past few years, there has been a tremendous amount of hype around Big Data – data that doesn’t work well in traditional BI systems and warehouses because of its volume, its variety, and the velocity at which it is acquired and changed. Is the hype justified?

We look forward to seeing you, enjoy the process!
John Dougherty & John Krol- Organizers, Big Data for Business
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