Veniam: pioneering the internet of moving things

Cláudia Costa, Nuno Camacho, Gonçalo Amorim

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This case follows the growth of Veniam - a start-up founded in 2012 in Porto, Portugal - from a small player in what many considered a peripheral region in terms of innovation and start-up activity, to one of Europe's leading start-ups and a global pioneer in the Internet of Moving Things. The case asks students to consider the timing of Veniam's entry in the 'Internet of Moving Things' market. This is a large but not yet materialized market. Hence, the case pushes students to discuss and decide what's the best marketing strategy for the company, specifically how much should the company opt for a technology-centered approach ('market driving') versus a customer-focused approach ('market driven'). It allows the instructor to highlight the risks of being too technology focused and neglecting the customer and business model side of innovation. It also pushes students and faculty to discuss critical segmentation and targeting decisions that may determine the fate Veniam's go-to-market strategy, with learnings that are applicable not only to any other technology start-up but also to venture teams in high-tech and science-intensive industries.
Original languageEnglish
PublisherRSM Case Development Centre
Number of pages21
Publication statusPublished - 2022


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