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📙 Jeff Bezos: L'uomo che ha inventato Amazon by Andrea Lattanzi Barcelò, narrator Lorenzo Visi


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Con questo ritratto in audio conoscerai la parabola stupefacente che ha portato un bambino intelligente e vivace, che potrebbe essere definito come un piccolo genio, a diventare nel giro di pochi anni uno degli uomini più ricchi e potenti del mondo: Jeff Bezos, l'uomo che ha inventato Amazon. Bezos è senza dubbio uno degli uomini simbolo dell'era internet, per alcuni, unico vero erede di Steve Jobs. Pochi, come lui, hanno avuto la visionarietà e l'audacia per capire le potenzialità dell'incipiente mercato della rete, armato soltanto di una solida base tecnica, della creatività e della tenacia. Il fondatore dell'impero Amazon ha lanciato un vero e proprio modello di business e, con il suo entusiasmo e la sua ricerca costante di nuove e geniali idee (non solo Amazon), il suo esempio è di ispirazione per tanti dopo di lui. ©2015 Audible GmbH (P)2015 Audible GmbH

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