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May 21, 2015 at 12:22 am
I am writing from Bangalore, India.
A couple of days ago, I bought your book “The Intention Economy” and have been reading it since then.
I represent a group of people who have been working on a project for the past few months and which is likely to get ready by the end of June 2015. I now realize that our project, which is specific to one industry, is aligned to the thoughts expressed in your book.
Would you or any of your associates be interested in associating with us? It could be a win-win for both sides. For us, it will provide insights that we might have missed and for you it will be an opportunity to see consumers get in charge.
It is a very interesting project.
I am covered by an NDA so am unable to disclose further details. However, if it interest you, I will be happy to share details of our group members as well as my personal references, both in USA & India.
With best wishes,
December 1, 2015 at 9:16 am
Hi Project VRMwiki crew,
I am writing to you from Finland, the cradle of Linux and MySQL.
The European Union’s new General Data Protection Regulation’s due to be published at the end of December 2015.
The law doesn’t usually make business, but in this case it just might.
GDPR’s pretty much VRM ideology compliant.
We’ve been working on a A Nordic Model for human-centered personal data management and processing called MyData, which is also VRM compliant.
We’d love to have a chat with you guys. Couldn’t find email addresses, so hope to reach you this way. I am currently writing a report at Helsinki Institute of Information Technology [www.HIIT.fi] on How the new EU GDPR will impact Finnish retail and how to reap the benefits.
I am supporting some of the ideas put forward by your own Doc Searls in his book The Intention Economy.
Can you please contact me, since I can’t seem to find personal contact towards you? I am sure a chat will prove to be mutually beneficial.
Markus Petteri Laine
June 14, 2016 at 9:49 am
VRM should create value for everyone in the value chain. Although the focus is on the user (see User-centricity), each link in the relationship should come out better after implementing a VRM Protocol. When everbody wins, it will be much easier to convince everyone to participate.
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