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Importance of a Scalable Business Model and Architecture - Kenneth Denman (iPass)
Date: 1/19/2005
Length: 1 minutes
Speaker(s): Kenneth Denman
Sources: Stanford Technology Ventures Program
Description: Kenneth Denman, chairman, president and chief executive officer of iPass, believes that the architecture of a new business will make or break an entrepreneur. He discusses the importance of a scalable business model and the
difference in the vision of the smaller companies versus the bigger companies.

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Importance of a Scalable Business Model and Architecture - Kenneth Denman (iPass)
Kenneth Denman
1/19/2005
Summary: Kenneth Denman, chairman, president and chief executive officer of iPass, believes that the architecture of a new business will make or break an entrepreneur. He discusses the importance of a scalable business model and the
difference in the vision of the smaller companies versus the bigger companies. Watch More

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