Impact of Blockchain in Telemedicine Technology

The Product Coalition

According to Statista , the telemedicine market was valued at 45 billion USD in 2019, which has grown significantly and is expected to reach more than 175 billion USD by 2026.

How to Build a SaaS Platform

The Product Coalition

billion by 2026. Businesses and individuals are increasingly making SaaS (Software-as-a-Service) applications their choice software platform for their business needs. The increasing popularity of cloud computing indicates that the importance of SaaS will only increase in the future.

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How marketing helped Segment go from 6 months runway to a $1.5 billion dollar valuation

Inside Intercom

With marketing hiring projected to increase 10% by 2026 , this might look easy. Six years ago, Segment were just four engineers sitting in an apartment on Russian Hill in San Francisco. They had a great product, a few hundred customers but there was a problem – they had just 6 months of runway. This week on Scale , we’re getting an inside look at how marketing helped them grow to a $1.5 billion dollar valuation. Startup marketing is tough.

Ten Years of How To Be a Good Product Manager

Good Product Manager

I’m not sure what things will be like in 2026, but I’m looking forward to the next 10 years, and I’m glad you’re here to continue the journey with me. Ten Year Anniversary! On December 4, 2006, I published my first post on this blog , where I wrote, “If you want to be a good product manager, share your knowledge. Realize that you have lessons to share but even more to learn. Know that you improve your own skills and expertise when you teach others.

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Ten Years of How To Be a Good Product Manager

Good Product Manager

I’m not sure what things will be like in 2026, but I’m looking forward to the next 10 years, and I’m glad you’re here to continue the journey with me. Ten Year Anniversary! On December 4, 2006, I published my first post on this blog , where I wrote, “If you want to be a good product manager, share your knowledge. Realize that you have lessons to share but even more to learn. Know that you improve your own skills and expertise when you teach others.

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