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DISRUPTIVE TECHNOLOGY

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DISRUPTIVE TECHNOLOGY
What does technology disruption look like?
If you do not annoy people, you are not disrupting.
And the most valuable company in the world?
"[Apple] seems to have two options. The first is to break itself up, selling the hardware side. The second is to sell the company outright."
- The Economist 1995

"Apple went from hip to has-been in just 19 years."
- BusinessWeek 1996

"Apple is already dead."
- Nathan Myhrvold, Microsoft CTO 1997

"Admit it. You're out of the hardware game." - Wired 1997

"What would I do? I'd shut it down and give the money back to the shareholders." - Michael Dell, Dell CEO 1997
What will we laugh about in 20 years?
WHAT IS HALF OF THIRTEEN?
WORDS OF WISDOM
Disruptive
Innovation

Introducing something new or different
Challenging the status quo
Viewing the world through a different angle
Taking risks
Making mistakes and failing
Pissing people off
20 years ago ...
Rita Nguyen
September 2016

Source: KPCB Internet Trends 2016
Current generation of Internet Leaders = Growing Faster than the Previous Generation
Current generation of Internet Leaders = Growing Faster than the Previous Generation
Current generation of Internet Leaders = Growing Faster than the Previous Generation
Source: KPCB Internet Trends 2016
Source: KPCB Internet Trends 2016
Source: KPCB Internet Trends 2016
If I had asked people what they wanted, they would have said faster horses.
- Henry Ford
We do believe the traditional ownership model is being disrupted ... We're going to see more change in the next five to ten years than we've seen in the last 50.

Mary Barra
GM CEO
You could say there would be less vehicles sold, but we're changing our business model to look at this as vehicle miles traveled...I could argue that with autonomous vehicles, the actual mileage on those vehicles will accumulate a lot more than a personally owned vehicle.

- Mark Fields, Ford CEO
I showed my 13 yr old nephew a floppy disk
...and he said, "Oh cool! You 3D printed a save icon!"
How they started:
Founders offered housing to attendees of over-booked industrial Design Conference in SF. The founders set up air mattresses in their living rooms and even offered breakfast to three paying guests!
US$ 25 billion
60 million users
640,000 hosts
2 million listings
500,000 stays/night
57,000 cities, including YGN
192 countries

So, what’s next?

AirBnB Investors
August 2008
People

have bank accounts

to receive their paycheck.
Source: The Digital Disruption in Banking 2014 by Accenture
Source: The Digital Disruption in Banking 2014 by Accenture
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Launched in March 2009.

Started as a basic web app that allowed the founder's "friend" to "hail" him while seeing the position of his car in real time.
US$ 68 billion
400 cities in 70 countries
160,000 drivers
8 million users
1 billion rides
1 million daily rides
50,000 new drivers per month
25% Uber drivers are aged 50 plus
10% users under the age of 30
UberPOOL
UberEATS
So, what's next?
Launched in August 2008.

How they started:

Founders offered housing to attendees of an over-booked conference in San Francisco, providing guests with air mattresses in living rooms and serving free breakfast in the morning.
THE STARBUCKS APPLICATION
Founded in 1971, Starbucks launched its mobile app that contains a digital wallet and a loyalty program in early 2009.




US$ 70 billion worth company, 23,600 stores in 70 countries

16% Starbucks transactions globally happen through the app

11 million My Starbucks Rewards loyalty

41% Starbucks transactions in the U.S. and Canada came from a Starbucks card

US$ 7 million mobile transactions weekly

US$ 8 million mobile order-ahead transactions monthly
KEY STATS
So, what's next?

Order & Pay apps

If these companies offered banking services, how likely would you be to bank with them?
WHAT IF YOUR INDUSTRY WERE FULLY DECENTRALIZED?
WHAT IF YOU LAUNCHED YOUR OWN COMPETITOR?
WHAT IF YOUR PRODUCT WERE 90% CHEAPER?
WHAT IF YOU HAD INVESTED IN APPLE OR GOOGLE 10 YEARS AGO?
It takes years to learn a new language?!
Petrol cars with a HUMAN driver?!
QWER
TY
Keybo
ards
CD / DVD
Players
If these companies offered banking services, how likely would you be to bank with them?
People

have bank accounts

to receive their paycheck.
KFC Customers
Businesses
Farmers
Loans
Debit Cards
Mobile Wallets

Send money
Pay bills
Save
Get loans
THIR TEEN = 4
XIII = 11 and 2
13 = 1 and 3 = 2
XIII = VIII =8
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