Who We Are
Evoconomics applies the economics of social evolution to the problems of business.
Our founder and principal, Paul Jaminet, originated the field of relationship economics in 2000. Since then, we have been helping businesses navigate a treacherous landscape by giving them a clearer picture of the future.
Relationship economics is a new social science that explains the ways social networks evolve. It shows how new technologies like the Internet change business structures, helping some businesses expand and forcing others to contract or go out of business entirely. Evoconomics
is the application of relationship economics to the problems of business. Evoconomics helps businesses foresee the implacable trends to which they must adapt - and the entrepreneurial opportunities that they can exploit for success.
For eight years, our ideas have helped executives in fast-changing industries like software technology, finance, and new media to grow their businesses. Our clients have ranged from venture-funded startups to firms with $500 million revenue.
We offer these services:
- Speaking. If you want a provocative, new perspective on how the economy is evolving and how firms must adapt to succeed in the emerging business environment, invite Paul Jaminet to speak to you.
- Seminars in Strategy and Entrepreneurship. A speech gives you a few
fish; a seminar teaches you how to fish. How can you recognize the great
trends to which you have to adapt, the waves you can ride? How do
entrepreneurs successfully invade a market, how do established firms
successfully defend it? Which management practices cause firms to fail and
which bring success? You'll be surprised at the power and originality of
the insights of Evoconomics.
- Consulting and one-on-one advice. If you want an extended conversation in which we teach you about Evoconomics, you teach us about your business problems, and together we help chart your firm's path to strategic success, invite us for a more extended engagement.
We frequently work with clients on: identification of entrepreneurial
opportunities; new product definition; marketing strategies; identification of
strategic alliance opportunities and formulation of business development
strategy; business planning; and development of a persuasive corporate strategy
that attracts strategic partners and investors and builds a strong and
distinctive position in the marketplace.
The best way to start a conversation is to send an email to Paul Jaminet: email@example.com. To learn more about relationship economics and its applications to business and life, visit Paul's blog, The Relationship Economist.
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