Thursday, March 30, 2006

iMedia Connection: Q&A with Sequoia Capital's Mark Kvamme

Thorp: As both an investor and entrepreneur you have seen the rise and fall of good ideas. What advice can you give our next round of developers -- or those going for number two or three -- to help them succeed this time around?

Kvamme: Focus on the users/customers with a unique product attribute that makes their life better. That is it. Most of the “bad� ideas are too complex, too expensive to bring to market, and offer no real benefit to the end user.

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