Back in 2012 a Forbes article opened with what sounds like an urban myth "Eugene Kaspersky insisted that Apple needed to open up the iOS architecture [...] so that anti-virus programs could be developed. His argument, and I think and thought it a good one, is that the OS hasn't been attacked very much simply because it is new as a mass market phenomenon. There are better pickings to be had by going after the much larger Windows user base."
ADI.Clinic is a simple format. Founders book 20 minutes online to talk to a bunch of angel investors about their idea or startup. They will listen and give honest feedback, maybe suggest next steps, or make connections with others who may be able to help. The sessions are free format, more like a chat, not about pitching. This post covers the early days, our initial traction, some interesting reactions.
"Since winning the prize we had a celebratory dinner and a first follow-on meeting when they connected us with the ex-CEO of Footlocker US, Ron Halls. Great insights from Ron and we will recalibrate our approach for the prototype that we will run with Shoe Clinic."
Thor Besier + Mark Finch, co-founders IMeasureU