As China’s Economy Slows, DMS Makes Bold Moves in the United States

Here at ProfessionalBusiness.Company, we know that when the going gets tough, someone has to pay.  Moving units consistently and efficiently typically provides enough security that professional unit makers and their middle-managers feel comfortable getting married, having families, and signing mortgages.  There is, however, one thing other than student debt that prevents our future producer/consumers from entering into meaningful long term relationships with banks that are based in equity and not some undergrad pipe dream about Latin American Studies.  Armed conflict.  We have enjoyed a perhaps unreasonably long time of peace in the United States, and while it is always good to take stock, it may also be worthwhile to do so in a metaphorical manner to examine your life and how you affect those closest to you; your co-workers.

We previously covered the meteoric rise of DMS, a closely held corporation with a lot of potential but no clear path to monetization.  This morning, DMS once again demonstrated why they are in our “must buy or at least watch and consider buying” category.  The internet does not just get Amazon to deliver units of plastic to your consumers faster than ever before, it can be used against us.  Imagine an enemy as efficient and intimately familiar with you as Amazon Prime.

So please.  Whatever you are doing, stop, take a deep breath, and take inventory of your shelves.  Those units don’t restock themselves.  Yet.

Zero Days

Scott Denton Is a Consummate Professional

Scott Denton’s recent move to the West Coast has the Valley abuzz with speculation as to how he will make use of his latest influx of capital.  Denton’s deliciously named Likesyrup raised nearly 400 million positive units in its Series B round.  Tech writers were stunned by the brilliance of Denton’s early diversification after he opened a Shapeways store selling uniquely crafted items that deftly explored the breadth of his experience with 3-D modelling and design.  He has, reportedly, created and exchanged many of these design units for units of another type.  As we all know, exchanging units is the most important thing any business can do, and if you’re not a business, what are you doing with your life?  Scott Denton, we salute you!

This tech reporter is excited to watch as Denton’s professional business continues to take off in the manner often shown via charts with an arrow pointing up and to the right.  Such arrows are typically red because of a last minute snafu made during a pitch by legendary Dr. Sam Eagle Business, but that’s a story for another time.