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Who else attended today's @OECD Development Co-operation Report 2021 launch event on shaping a just #DigitalTransformation?✋

Panelists expanded upon some of the report's key themes, including:

📅 Acting now!
⬆️ More #coordination
🖼️ Strong #frameworks
🧑‍🤝‍🧑 #InclusiveDevelopment
But we also heard a lot about #DigitalPublicGoods (#DPGs). Like... A LOT a lot.

So, what's the connection between #DPGs and a just, #inclusive #DigitalTransformation? Why have so many #donors, national #governments, and #tech experts alike expressed interest in #DPG solutions?
Well, they all agree that #DigitalTransformation is at a tipping point globally, with the divisions between wealthy and developing nations especially stark: 96% of the world's unconnected people live in developing countries.
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1/ In 2021, #CustomerSuccess is everyone's job. That's especially true if you have a usage-based #pricing model where revenue growth is 100% dependent on customers using and seeing value from your product. Here's what that means for Product, Marketing, Sales, and more 👇
2/ Product: Treat #product investments as a revenue-generating expense. This means spending more on R&D vs. S&M relative to peer companies. Put that extra $$ towards UX and PM around product adoption & usability not just new features. Aka #PLG investments.
3/ Marketing: Connect marketing with the product and user community. Marketing should inspire & educate users.

@twilio is incredible here. They have quick start video guides, code samples for top use cases, a Twilio Champions program, and even a TwilioQuest role-playing game.
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A long thread on understanding Google Cloud Platform Compute Engine pricing and how to utilize the various pricing levers at your disposal via the Google Cloud Cost Calculator. Let’s go. (contd)

#GoogleCloudPlatform #ComputeEngine #Pricing #GCPCostCalculator
Google Compute Engine provides a core infrastructure component : Virtual Machines (VM) that are classified into diff families (general, memory optimized, compute optimized) & each family has various machine types. See this guide on how to choose… (contd)
Each of the machine types (e.g. N1 general purpose) will have several *fixed* or *pre-defined* configurations (instance types) of VPU and RAM. You can choose the appropriate instance types. A set of instance types for N1 is shown below: (contd)
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Satellite tracking supports whale survival…

#satellites #whales #survival
Playing Go with Darwin - Issue 94: Evolving - Nautilus…

#darwin #EvolutionaryPurpose #strategy #chess #go
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“A great product coupled with a great pricing plan is a force to be reckoned with.” – @Chargebee

Here are 5 of the biggest pricing lessons @ProcessStreet has learned since we launched in 2013 🚀… (A thread)
1. Pricing is a never-ending process ♻️

The only way to keep up with the fast-paced nature of the #SaaS industry, speedy advances in #Technology, and stiff competition is to constantly experiment with, and test, your SaaS #PriceModel.… (1/6)
2. Pricing is about perception 👀

Think about #Perception when creating your next pricing hypothesis. How are your #Customers likely to perceive what you’re offering?… (2/6)
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Why Decentralization Matters. We’ve forgotten there’s a better way to… | by Chris Dixon | OneZero…

The debate over masks today is a lot like the decades-long fight to mandate seat belts - CNN…

#belts #debate #seat #masks
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1/ The financial modeling thread for #startups and #founders

I put together a series of lecture notes from my #financial #modeling #bootcamp at @TheNestiO in year end 2019

Here is the entire series of #articles in the form of a #thread reproduced on request

Read in sequence
2/ Modeling revenues for #startups and #founders.

Build models for founders not #investors. Use models to test run your businesses in #Excel.

Faster, cheaper and less painful than doing it in real life…
3/ Unit #economics for startups and founders

Why #LTV > X * CAC is the first relationship you need to learn before you scale.

Also if you can't make money on a single order, best of luck with the next 10,000…
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