HealthTap Positions Itself for Rush of Obamacare Patients in 2014
When you run into a Silicon Valley startup that’s been around for two or three years and has a popular, fast-growing product or service, but is earning little or no revenue, then you know that one of two things is going on. Either the startup has a clear business model in mind, but is waiting for the right moment to put it into action; or it has no idea how to make money and will happily settle for some other kind of payoff, such as getting bought by Facebook (see: Instagram).
The problem for a tech reporter like me is that almost every pre-revenue startup claims to be the first type, whereas a lot of them are really the second.
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