RIM creates "The Bold Team", a cartoon quartet that tells everyone to be Bold
0. phoneArena posted on 30 Jan 2012, 21:58
RIM's new CEO, Thorsten Heins, wants the company to be strong on marketing and as a result, the company has come up with a quartet of cartoon characters it calls "The Bold Team"; the company says the four came from tweets to RIM on how people plan on being Bold in 2012...
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2. remixfa posted on 30 Jan 2012, 22:09 2
wow.. umm.. at least they are appealing to the under 40 crowd... i think? reminds me of Super Why! lol
6. ageffner posted on 30 Jan 2012, 23:01 0
Maybe they can get Alphabet pig to help spell "Q.N.X D.E.L.A.Y.E.D till 2013".
7. Jdub0323 posted on 30 Jan 2012, 23:33 2
I agree that marketing is going to be needed to get them back in the game...but maybe they should focus on a product to market first. If they get a product worth marketing they are halfway there!
8. droidguy2323 posted on 30 Jan 2012, 23:55 2
They need justin bieber, Rick Ross, lil wayne, and taylor swift to promote their. They gotta be more urban.
9. ilia1986 posted on 31 Jan 2012, 01:51 5
If you haven't noticed until now - there is a thermo-nuclear war going on between Apple\iOS and Google\Android. There is no place for little cute cartoony characters which look like something out of Nickelodeon. This is serious business because whoever wins this war - will decide how our mobile phones are going to look like afterwards.
A spy on Apple's side on behalf of Android.
11. cornerofthemoon posted on 31 Jan 2012, 09:14 0
Perhaps they should have had a 5th character, "White Unicorn Man" who represents RIM's next operating system.
12. kshell1 posted on 31 Jan 2012, 09:55 0
in the impression that it will never see the light of day xD
13. Rayzin posted on 31 Jan 2012, 12:23 0
I cannot think of a worse direction they could have gone... I can't help but laugh!
14. Bigbluetundra posted on 31 Jan 2012, 15:52 0
So, when they read the employee comment card for how to fix RIM that said 'Hire a Superhero', they took it literally?