Ashton, well, I would not wager a decsion based upon a "actor".Mike-o-Matic wrote:+1 to this post. In fact, he even alludes to this being a factor in his departure, on his Tweets. "It’s time for Ooma to soar and for me to focus on a new project and build another world-class team."UrbanVoyeur wrote:From what I've read, Rich Buchanan is an early stage marketing specialist. He's not supposed to stick around.
On to the next adventure, and all that business.
On a related note: Did anybody express being worried about ooma's viability when "famous face" Ashton Kutcher said adios? Not a rhetorical question, I'm just wondering if that alarmed anybody.
What catches my eye is the way Rich left, his tweets are in the order of, I have left... oh and by the way Ooma is doing so great.
Logic would assume you tweet about a companies success first and then say its time for me to leave.
I actually did not think Rich did enough as far as media relations. Ooma's brand I feel is NOT established, not sure how it is on the west coast, but in my experience majority of IT professionals I talk to dont know what Ooma is!!
Anyways, he's gone, now we know, time will tell.