Top 40 New Products Quotes

In this post, you will find great New Products Quotes from famous people, such as Homaro Cantu, Boyan Slat, Masayoshi Son, Edmund Phelps, Payal Kadakia. You can learn and implement many lessons from these quotes.

If you look at, you know, the limitations of creating n

If you look at, you know, the limitations of creating new products, you’re only limited by the technology that you have to work with.
About once a month, a vessel visits each of these clean-up systems, almost like a garbage truck of the ocean, would bring the plastic back to shore where it would then be processed and recycled into new products that we would then sell, at a premium, of course, because we could sell it as being made out of ocean plastic.
As a student, I had a hobby of inventing new ideas for products. For me, thinking of new businesses is like inventing new products.
Developing new products is labour- intensive. So is producing the capital goods needed to make them. These jobs disappear when innovation stalls.
We’re not trying to be Nike. It’s about evolving into new products that are going to make people‘s lives better.
When we in our sector talk of the adoption of Indian consumers to new products and innovative ways of doing banking, they always exceed our expectations.
I’m always down to switch up my scents and love discovering new products.
Working in a salon, you look at trends all day long. You’re looking at color all the time, what new products are coming out. You’re a part of the fashion industry, especially if you’re working in a higher-end salon.
It’s really important that we have an ecosystem where small innovative entrepreneurs can develop new products and access consumers and have a chance to succeed.
Bell Labs was a fantastic research organization but having them create and market new products for the world was terrible. They were not good marketers and yet it was AT&T engineers who were deciding what the products of the future were.
The market is so competitive. There are so many products that are similar. So we are forced to invest in innovative research in new products that are one or two years ahead of the market.
Barry Lam
The 1920s and 1930s were a period of sensational productivity growth: new products were springing up all over the place, and most of those new products and new methods were developed by people who started their own companies.
I’m such a product junkie – I love trying new products and new shades. For me, it’s really exciting to see what new and wonderful products come onto the market.
There are lots of new products and new services making adding content easier. But there’s not many people on the other side helping users digest that content.
Before 1980, it was basically illegal for U.S. banks to invent new products.
We love curating; we love discovering new products and vintage pieces.
Nearly all web publications are driven by the display model, which is in turn driven by page views. But we all know the web is shifting, thanks to mobile devices and the walled gardens they erect. The new landscape of the web is far more complicated, and new products must emerge.
Capitalism historically has been a very dynamic force, and behind that force is technical progress, innovation, new ideas, new products, new technologies, and new methods of managing teams.
As I look forward in things like the Internet of Things, I am sure we will talk about video. There is a lot of disruption going on and a lot of new products being brought to market, products like Go90.
Lowell McAdam
Making new products is an easy tap for a company in a recession.
Martin Naughton
I’m sure there will continue to be exciting new products and major changes, but it looks as if the existing technology has a great deal of room to grow and prosper.
The reliable way great conglomerates grew over time was by adding new products and buying new companies. IBM moved from mainframe to PCs.
I’ll bring colleges and industry together to develop new products in marine science, green technology, and medical devices, and to train our workers to fill those jobs… We need to get Rhode Islanders back to work.
You might think of consumption as a fairly passive activity, but buying new products and services is actually pretty risky, at least if you value your time and money.
We were in the market ahead of competition. We brought new products on the market ahead of competition. We rolled out our networks. We begged, borrowed, stole, put things out. And while they were never near perfect, they were first. And that gave us, to my mind, a lot of advantage.
With Facebook‘s IPO, the world learned a new way of organizing businesses around one overriding imperative: to ship new products quickly.
Our competitors outside Europe are manufacturing goods cheaper and better. Through innovation, other countries are producing new products which we do not make yet, but which we could.
It’s amazing to know that my work as a Artist can influence women around the world, and my visions for new products can shape the future of beauty for women.
I’ve been on the Web from the beginning of the Web. The good part about writing about technology is that you never run out of ideas, because it’s changing so fast. The bad part is that it’s changing so fast that there’s a million new products and ideas every day and every week.
Programs like I-Corps get university and other federally-funded research translated more quickly into new products and new companies, creating American jobs and providing taxpayers a better return on their investment in science.
I’m excited to launch ‘Waveform,’ which will explore everything from tech news and new products to the videos that surround them.
I like new products, I like when YouTube changes, I lik

I like new products, I like when YouTube changes, I like when people have big ideas and try things out.
I think, for young people, and I think, for women, it’s great to work in new products and derivatives products because, if you work in a plain-vanilla product, it’s going to take you decades to get to a level where other people are. If you work in a brand new business, no one is more experienced than you are.
Companies often visit my office, or invite me to theirs, to brief me on new products, Web sites, or software before they are released – usually a few weeks or days ahead of time. I don’t review most of these products.
When you’re building a business, you want to focus and deliver excellence at what you do. This simply cannot be done when you are launching multiple ventures, dozens of new products, and selling everywhere and anywhere at the same time.
My inspiration for new products comes from moments in my life or what’s happening around me.
If I look at my own growth, I started in product design. And we grew and created new products, and we were also able to change the idea of design a few times.
Startups, by their nature, are entrepreneurialtesting new things, launching new products, and disrupting themselves. That’s why you join a startup in the first place – to create, to stretch beyond your current capabilities, and to make an outsized impact.
We do a lot of outbound work where we’re talking about the future. As we get involved with these new products, it helps us have a platform to talk about where the future is going.
The merger of globalization and the I.T. revolution means new products are being phased in and out so fast that companies cannot afford to wait until the end of the year to figure out whether a team leader is doing a good job.