2 Types of Innovation you must consider to scale

Today’s competition, innovations and technologies, like AI and cloud computing, are making your product lifecycles shorten. In roughly have the time as you may imagine, your margins are wiped away and your products are commoditized. How to do avoid this disruption? You innovate.

There are two innovation types you must consider in order to grow revenues and keep sustained margins. This shortened keynote address to telecom executives can help you see the need to innovate.

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Mitch Smith is the executive's trusted advisor on technology, strategy, performance improvement, and selecting the right talent. He is a serial technology entrepreneur from Charleston, and has successfully launched five technology firms over 24 years. He is an author and sought-after speaker. He and his wife of 22 years enjoy the outdoors with their three children.

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Mitch Smith is the executive’s trusted advisor on technology, strategy, performance improvement, and selecting the right talent. He is a serial technology entrepreneur from Charleston, and has successfully launched five technology firms over 24 years. He is an author and sought-after speaker. He and his wife of 22 years enjoy the outdoors with their three children.

Mitch, and his companies, have served over 570 organizations that include: Aflac, Chick-fil-A, Bose, Cardinal Logistics, Comporium, Darden Restaurants, Dave Ramsey, Genentech, HP, Hobby Lobby, Home Telcom, Jabil, Milliken, Nokia, Southeastern Freight, VF Corporation, and many more.

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