From Silicon Valley to Silicon Alley, mind-numbing startup jargon is stopping for no one. It winds up in TED Talks, pitch meetings and every tech journalist’s inbox in between. At Forbes we’re obsessed with all things entrepreneurial. So, for our third annual Jargon Madness — an NCAA tournament-style bracket — we found the 32 terms most abused by startup founders, developers, marketers and the VCs who fund it all !
Fouad Bendris’s insight:
If you really want to cut through the clutter and land that VC funding, launch a perfect product or secure that sometimes-elusive media placement, maybe it’s time to try something new: plain English …
Source:: Strategy & Governance