How Banks Can Launch Successful Digital Products with Greg Larkin


The Florida International University College of Business

Greg Larkin has built some of the most transformative products of our time for some of the biggest companies on Earth, including Google, Bloomberg and PWC.

He’s launched 33 products across the Fortune 500 and in startups. The ones that worked possessed the following characteristics:

Great products have a monopoly on courage - not technology Innovation starts with a coalition of polar opposites Entrepreneurs solve urgent problems. (Wannapreneurs avoid them) Besides being the founder of Bowery 315, he is head of product innovation at Spring Lab, a senior advisor of the Goldman Sachs-spin-off Streetlinx, an adjunct professor at Columbia Business School, and the best-selling author of “This Might Get me Fired.”

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