TL;DR: The global market appetite for last mile EVs (e-vehicles) is driven by 1) overall more efficient mode of transport, 2) the push for eco-friendly options, and 3) shared services over private ownership.
Over the past month, I had my first try at Bird, Limebike, Spin and Jump - the hot new e-scooter and e-bike startups that entered SF. This got me thinking about the overall transportation industry, in particular the last mile (colloquial phrase for: movement of people from a transportation hub to a final destination) market powered by the onset of the e (electric)-economy.
TL;DR: this year is an indicator of continued strength in the tech and venture capital world.
I did a teardown of the world’s top 100 VCs named in this year’s Forbes’s Midas List (Midas: the king who turned anything he touched into gold), which was posted last week. Here’s what I found:
TL;DR: building and adopting a trusted model for prioritizing work is critical to the organization, focus and ultimately success of a platform team.
I’m a Platform Product Manager on Mobile, and we recently jammed around how to optimize efficiency of our workload. There are many ways to tackle this: the 10:20:70 rule, the 50:50 rule, et al. I like, and have proven to find most useful, the 60:20:20 rule: