Two eCommerce Tycoons @ Davos
A nascent 2015 brings the world's economic & political echelon to gather on the pristine slopes of Davos. Always interesting are the takeaways, soundbites & insights from the worlds self-made billionaires as they discuss their own interests in joining the policy makers and shakers. Particularly interesting this year from an online commerce perspective was the participation of perhaps two of the most successful internet entrepreneurs, Michael Dell (inventor of the direct eCommerce model) & Jack Ma (creator of Asia's largest online marketplace - Alibaba).
I must disclose that I'm very much a fan of both individuals who embody the spirit of entrepreneurship and online business, and few will find it hard to argue that both have contributed much in this area. During a live conversation with Charlie Rose, Jack Ma tell's the world his story:
In a direct interview, Michael Dell also provides some insights on his recent move to take Dell private, his impressions of the global conference and his business outlook for 2015: