Always Fun To Follow Alexa

Posted on August 9, 2006. Filed under: bizz |

I have put some of our companies into Alexa Compare good way to get some understanding – but offcourse nothing to navigate after.

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4 Responses to “Always Fun To Follow Alexa”

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Hi Morten

Alexa is fun, but as you say – nothing to navigate after. If you are a alexa junkie, go tjeck this site: http://www.alexaholic.com/zyb.com+farecompare.com+maxthon.com+bullguard.com+zecco.com .

Hi Morten

I’m Nelson from India, I work as a principal correspodent with India’s leading business magazine-Businessworld. I am doing a cover story on technology startups that are exploding in India.

Could you please help me with inputs for my story by answering the following questions?

*Did you help with the creation of Amaya or were you just approached with the idea? Why did you decide to invest in Amaya and the India story?
*Do you seriously believe that India could be home to the next disruptive tech innovation like Skype or MySpace?Why do you believe/don’t believe that this will happen?
*Which sectors in India excite you the most?
*What are the challenges that you foresee in India becoming a tech powerhouse?

Please do take some time to answer these questions Morten as they would help bolster my story considerably.

Best,
Nelson
9845074831
nelsonvinod@gmail.com

Thank you for contacting me.

*Did you help with the creation of Amaya or were you just approached with the idea? Why did you decide to invest in Amaya and the India story?

Its kind of dual – I spend 3 weeks in India last year to find the rigth aproach on gettng into India. And I have been investing in tecnology in India since 1997 – there I did my first joint venture with my now personal friend Kapil Manchanda. Then last year in September I was introduced to Bundep Ranger by Niklas Z. the Skype cofounder – and we have developed a trusted friendship with the common interest in Ventures and Business. Bundeep already by then was doing the Induswiev and I (LundKenner) instatnly whent into the entity to support the effert and get the acces to the market.

*Do you seriously believe that India could be home to the next disruptive tech innovation like Skype or MySpace?Why do you believe/don’t believe that this will happen?

Yes I seriously believe in that. But not just believe – I know.

1 look at the size of the country – and the speed of developement.

2 the BIG JUMP IN INDIAN TECHNOLOGY EVOLUTION will be (or is happening this very moment) when all the people from Wipro and other HUGE INDIANS outsourching companies – start to feel financially independent enough to START THEIR OWN THINGS – and they can do it with all the knowledge they have from the CLIENTS THE HAVE BEEN WORKING FOR AT The WIPROs of india.

3. remember the huge number of smart people returning home to India – they migth not be overwelmingly creative – but Indians are sitting in top postions everywhere I come – all over the world.

4 Indians speak english (fantastic for international reach).

*Which sectors in India excite you the most?

Technology!

*What are the challenges that you foresee in India becoming a tech powerhouse?

I dont feel smart enough to really answer. But from what Ive seen and tryed in India – I foresee the biggest problem to be: Learning EVERYONE IN THE SECTOR – THAT ITS OK (and even nescesary) TO MAKE MISTAKES.

If you like Alexa so much, you might want to consider reading this Slashdot article http://slashdot.org/articles/07/07/23/152243.shtml


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