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Philippe MÉDA 🇪🇺
Designing programs in Europe (and Asia). Keynote speaker. Tweeting with typos.
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Philippe MÉDA 🇪🇺 22m
Un des services les plus profitables de Gemalto il y a des années était la personnalisation des cartes plastiques. Malheureusement il n’ont jamais utilisé leurs compétences dans le numérique vers le marché.
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Philippe MÉDA 🇪🇺 32m
Replying to @MStothard @Siftedeu
I mean it 😬 we should be way past the startup hype non-sense now. And yet, somehow.... not really.
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Philippe MÉDA 🇪🇺 37m
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Philippe MÉDA 🇪🇺 38m
Replying to @babgi
Plus les plateformes en EU qui devraient passer par un firewall d’adultes. Le “reach” de tous les journeys en ligne FR doit peser 0.5% du volume de news digéré par le pays.
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Philippe MÉDA 🇪🇺 46m
Replying to @Siftedeu
You’re most welcome! Just remember to be nice to the EU startup scene. Until you have to be mean and help everyone focus on the BS that the ecosystem has grown way too confortable with. 🤘
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Philippe MÉDA 🇪🇺 49m
Excellent workshop yesterday in Paris with a [leader in the energy sector] on the future of and what it could mean for the market in term of future services. Having someone from the space agency working on the future lunar orbital station was heaps of fun too.
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Philippe MÉDA 🇪🇺 58m
So to be clear, I find most of startups news website in Europe ranging from dull to stupid. The fact that they just lazily copy and paste PR materials and cash in on sponsorship money might be why. I’m happy to see adult journalists coming in. Thanks guys ⤵️
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Philippe MÉDA 🇪🇺 1h
The ‘self evidently’ is kind of a problem, ain’t it?
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Philippe MÉDA 🇪🇺 1h
Politics is not taught in design school. It should. Although, they might want to start with business acumen.
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Philippe MÉDA 🇪🇺 1h
Oui! Nous seront contraint dans tous les cas à développer notre web souverain tôt ou tard, il n’y a pas d’autre issue possible (cf. )
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Philippe MÉDA 🇪🇺 3h
Replying to @MyLeitz @drvox and 2 others
Yep. China is a slow moving aircraft carrier, big moves are slow at first but obvious when you look for them. Thanks for the link!
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Philippe MÉDA 🇪🇺 17h
So from day 1 they sell in Berlin and Milan? In theory yes, IRL it took +6yrs for Etsy to get there. It never happens. Like seriously. But hey ☺️
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Philippe MÉDA 🇪🇺 21h
Replying to @arnaud_thurudev
Il n’y a pas grand chose d’automatique quand les conducteurs décident individuellement de respecter ou non l’interdiction. A quand déjà les véhicules autonomes ?
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Philippe MÉDA 🇪🇺 21h
Replying to @peterbihr
When did banks decided they didn’t care on how to make things convenient for us? 🤗
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Philippe MÉDA 🇪🇺 21h
And low responsibility.
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Philippe MÉDA 🇪🇺 21h
When was presenting her PhD thesis she had to train herself for an afternoon to sit down at a desk and talk without showing passion or excitement to make it scientific enough
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Philippe MÉDA 🇪🇺 24h
Electrosound. cc ⁦
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Philippe MÉDA 🇪🇺 Jun 25
Replying to @IanHathaway @eclaireoh
An example of a global startup or venture that do not face that precisely?
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Philippe MÉDA 🇪🇺 Jun 25
Replying to @eclaireoh @IanHathaway
Also, consider how startups that reach global level (AirBnB, Uber) have to fragment who they are and adapt to culturality. “Global” is often PR and VC storytelling.
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Philippe MÉDA 🇪🇺 Jun 25
Replying to @IanHathaway @eclaireoh
Can’t agree more. I’m just saying practically US startups access a local +350m people market from day one, EU just +10-60m from day one. Huge imbalance.
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