John McMahon: Startup Entrepreneur

Apple Watch and the $26 Billion Health Apps Market

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Many questions about technology in healthcare and medical research remain. But one thing is certain, the pace of tech is not slowing down, and we are all in for major changes in the machine body interface.

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Startups: These 3 Key Questions Will Boost Your Profits

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In terms of what you can plan for, revenue depends largely upon how well your product fits its market opportunity, how well received it is by customers, and the value that product delivers in the space. Once a company achieves relatively good fit, then it becomes possible to focus on improving margins and revenue, scaling the business, etc.

The KPI that is impacted most immediately by poor product/market fit and positioning is the CAC (Customer Acquisition Cost) — poor product acceptance means you need to resort to stuffing your product down your (probably few) customers’ throats, typically through hardball salesmanship and misleading ads — not cool!

The key takeaway is that no amount of sales and marketing spend cannot overcome a bad product.

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