Let’s face it: a fellow who’s never made a mistake has never made anything.
Warum meine Arbeitgeber Inpsyde WordCamps sponsern und was das Sponsoring eines WordCamps von dem anderer Veranstaltungen unterscheidet, habe ich bei MarketPress am Beispiel Paris verbloggt:
To “own something” in the traditional sense is becoming less important, because what’s scarce has changed. Ownership just isn’t hard anymore.[…]
The biggest insight we can glean from the death of ownership is about connection. This is the thing which is now scarce, […] the question becomes, “What do we do with this?” The value now lies in the doing.[…]
Today, a product or service is powerful because of how it connects people to something—or someone—else.
Whilst we’re registering for WordCamp 2015 in Seville, here’s my review of the 2014 event in Sofia from the MarketPress blog: