Archive: entrepreneurship

Can entrepreneurialism start in the classroom?

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Can entrepreneurialism be taught? ... Read more.

Publication date: 2014-02

Internet start-ups: finance function is key

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There is much to focus on when establishing an internet start-up: finding an investor, designing prototypes and building a business plan – the result can be the essential role of the finance function is forgotten. ... Read more.

Publication date: 2013-11

CIOs reveal the benefits of working with startups

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Recent CIO round table events and market investigations have highlighted the growing pressure on CIOs to move quickly to deliver ‘agile’ technologies and services that can keep pace with ever-changing business needs. ... Read more.

Publication date: 2013-07

The power of the city

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Doug Saunders, author of Arrival City, argues that the breakneck growth of cities worldwide - including the apparent chaos and squalor of slums and ghettos - can be a powerful force for social and economic ... Read more.

Publication date: 2012-02

Russia’s emerging entrepreneurs



Maxim Nogotkov has always had an entrepreneurial streak. By the time he was 14, he had a steady income from the wholesale business he had started. Today, the 34-year-old is the president of Russian cellphone retailer ... Read more.

Publication date: 2012-02

Coolfarming: the surprising power of social networks

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Coolfarming: the surprising power of social networks

This article applies principles of social networking to corporate leadership, where customers and company become one, working in collaborative communities fostered by the internet and online social networks. Offering practical steps on transforming an organization ... Read more.

Publication date: 2011-05

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