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22 April 2015 INNOVATING WITH A YELLOW T-SHIRT: THE STORY OF OASYS (III)

Chapter 3: from a dream to start-up

Hi! It’s been a long time… Now, where were we?

Oh yes! The presentation in San Francisco was a huge success and the first prototype of Ôasys was well received by consumers. So, at that time we had an idea that people liked, but there were still many uncertainties to be clarified: how would we interact with it, what size would it have, how was it going to be used…

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7 November 2014 About the Silicon Valley technology bubble (I)
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A few days ago I received an article on my twitter timeline entitled “33 Silicon Valley Investors Are Starting To Freak Out About The Tech Bubble They Helped Create“, which reminded me that I’ve been meaning to share one of the conclusions that David Hernández Tosca (Director General of Aqualogy Solutions) and I voiced, but never got round to writing, as a result of our discovery & learning expedition to San Francisco and the surrounding area last July. As an innovation professional from the water sphere, I was very interested in seeing how these processes are developed in the cradle of innovation: Silicon Valley.

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