Rami Alkarmi builds lean startup Ecosystems

Geek. Investor. Growth Strategist.

A proud geek, investor, and widely recognized advisor and expert in strategy, lean startup ecosystems, business models, growth & distribution through big data and viral marketing, and corporate venturing.

In 2013, he founded Arcoten Holdings as his advising/investing vehicle where he partners with corporates, accelerators, and incubators to build lean startup ecosystems, and helps companies through providing expertise in growth, hands-on mentorship, access to capital, and helps companies iterate product and grow fast. From time to time, he also likes to build companies with friends and partners inside Arcoten.

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Last week, CBS forced CNET to rescind its “Best of CES” award that was originally intended for Dish’s Hopper DVR that let you skip commercials.

CBS is suing Dish over the gadget, and as a result it blocked its own tech publication CNET from covering or reviewing the Hopper. The whole thing stirred up quite a controversy, and even caused one CNET editor to quit.

Today we learn from Consumeristthat Dish isn’t going to back down. On its website, Dish names the Hopper the best in show at CES, with a large asterisk explaining the whole controversy.

Pretty funny.

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