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Offline Shentist

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Who is in charge ?
« on: August 30, 2014, 08:15:58 pm »
Is Brian still the head of everything in the marketing section or how will it in the future be handled?

You told for a couple of days that he makes now his own business. Would be nice to have someone to coordinate the marketing efforts.

http://www.naation.com/about/

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Re: Who is in charge ?
« Reply #1 on: August 30, 2014, 11:25:39 pm »
Is Brian still the head of everything in the marketing section or how will it in the future be handled?

You told for a couple of days that he makes now his own business. Would be nice to have someone to coordinate the marketing efforts.

http://www.naation.com/about/

would be a good interview partner

Brian is leading the Western marketing as always. 
Eastern marketing has its own powerful team.

We have always said we intend to decentralize the industry not just the software.  That means helping people start their own companies and spin-offs when they are ready.  There are about a dozen independent companies in the BitShares industry already.

Eventually, everybody will be an independent part of the ecosystem and we can remove the  temporary corporate scaffolding we had to erect to bootstrap it.

This revolution will be decentralized.

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Re: Who is in charge ?
« Reply #2 on: August 30, 2014, 11:57:00 pm »
Is Brian still the head of everything in the marketing section or how will it in the future be handled?

You told for a couple of days that he makes now his own business. Would be nice to have someone to coordinate the marketing efforts.

http://www.naation.com/about/

would be a good interview partner

Brian is leading the Western marketing as always. 
Eastern marketing has its own powerful team.

We have always said we intend to decentralize the industry not just the software.  That means helping people start their own companies and spin-offs when they are ready.  There are about a dozen independent companies in the BitShares industry already.

Eventually, everybody will be an independent part of the ecosystem and we can remove the  temporary corporate scaffolding we had to erect to bootstrap it.

This revolution will be decentralized.

 +5% Sounds good

@ Shentist did you listen to Brian's interview? https://bitsharestalk.org/index.php?topic=7799.msg103217#msg103217

There is a pretty exciting overall mainstream Western marketing strategy in the months ahead imo.

Between that, the Eastern team & community marketing I really think the marketing in general is in a very good place going forward.

Edit: I'm not sold on BitSapphire yet. I don't like the vote sign in the top right corner myself. (It's a small thing but personally I'd prefer it more discreet & I'd wait until they'd done a good job for a month or two before taking space on the front page soliciting votes.)



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