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The founder of a beloved productivity app thinks Hollywood has a better blueprint for innovation than Silicon Valley —and he’s taking his cues from Netflix to fix it (NFLX)





Evernote founder Phil Libin sitting on a couch on August 1, 2018 in the San Francisco headquarters of All Turtles, a startup incubator where he serves as CEO.

  • Phil Libin, the founder of Evernote, thinks Silicon Valley could learn a lot from Hollywood when it comes to fostering innovation.
  • He thinks Netflix in particular offers an ideal model.
  • His new company, All Turtles, is intentionally trying to follow the blueprint Netflix uses for making shows and movies and bring it to the tech industry.
  • Libin thinks the model will help encourage the development of products and ideas that don’t have the potential to be billion dollar companies and allow tech to better tap the talents of people around the world.

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Source:: BusinessInsider.Com

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