Future consulting

Posted on February 8, 2006. Filed under: blogging, mydgal |

I just spend the mornign with one of the most savy internet danes – Thomas Madsen Mygdal – and he claimed that the next big consulting thing will be “Coorperate Blog Consulting” – I think thats rigth – but I actually think that there will be even more money in Asterisk consulting – since all companies of some size will have a lot of money just to swift to a FREE PBX – instead of having this VERY EXPESNSIVE monster on a lease. And since its business critical in many companies – its will be important to have some very savy and good consultants to help you setup and do instant support. So just go at it out there 😉 – I?ve done my consulting – so I will not be in your way.


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What do you mean by ‘Corporate Blog Consulting’, exactly? It sounds interesting.

I mean “Helping companies to get into the blogging things”.

So did you agree with Thomas to invest in 23?

Well we got into a good understanding – and I cant imagine that we will not get into full understanding. I LOVE 23 😉

Ok, I thought it would be something along those lines. Do you have a quick pointer to what the most valuable resources for that are in your opinion?

I’m trying to do something similar and get the company I work for aboard the Cluetrain but they are proving very resistent to change.

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