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5 things I have learned by reading “Reaching New Heights in Uncertain Times Most Innovative Companies 2023” by BCG
Innovation has never been more important—and leading innovators are showing why.
Younger people more likely to START new businesses THAN OLDER ADULTS, new survey finds
The Global Entrepreneurship Monitor (GEM) report shows countries have experienced variable impacts from the pandemic.
Want to innovate? It takes time (and partners in crime)
Three things I have learned by listening “Meet the Leader”, a podcast by the World Economic Forum.
Connect with your customer using a metaphor
Something I have learned by reading “Rule the world. Master the power of storytelling to inspire, influence and succeed” by Paul Furlong
WILL AI CHANGE THE CREATIVITY GAME?
One thing I have learned by watching the last AI generated vlog by Casey Neistat.
"I mean, you think about even traditional, people still go to the movies, they still sit down, they watch a two hour movie, and that hasn't changed in decades. So I think the way we connect and how we tell stories kind of is the same, just the medium's a little different." (Marvin Chow, VP, Global Marketing, Google about how building a brand has changed over the last decade).
"I have been saying this for years: if you treat young generations as weak, they will be weak. We have to believe in them. We must encourage them to be strong, also mentally. Then we must tell them the truth: only the best will win. We have to help them get ready." (Julio Velasco)
Young Innovator? Got an Idea? Look here 👇
Innovate UK, part of UK Research and Innovation, will invest up to £1.4 million in young innovators with this competition.
How to: get the crowd to follow
Money and people. According to business scholars, these are among the main hurdles social entrepreneurs have to overcome to succeed with their projects. The web promises to provide us with a solution.
"Businesses are looking to put their money where it matters – their offering to customers and their people." Jeremy Over, a partner of Moore Barlow, commented on a recent survey according to which SMEs are more likely to choose non-traditional ways of accessing capital, like crowdfunding.
CHANGING THE WORLD ONE KIND GESTURE AT A TIME
We are not only what we do but the intention underpinning it.
The secret of entrepreneurship? Connecting the dots
A group of students is organizing an event to connect with other student entrepreneurs and make things happen.
The lesson of crowdfunding at times of crisis
There is despair, but also a desire to react and come together to look ahead.
BrewDog goes green as it launches its last crowdfunding campaign
The company aims at raising £7.5 million for a sustainable future before going IPO.
Pitching is about persuading others by telling a story. What’s in it?
To raise funds via crowdfunding or by other means, entrepreneurs have to tell stories. And this is much more effective than just show numbers, studies say.
“People around the world are coming up with ideas on how to solve some of the problems and challenges we’ve faced in the last few weeks. For a lot of people, there’s a lot of time on their hands to do research, there’s a lot of thinking time. It is a perfect time to be doing that.”
Luke Lang, co-founder of equity crowdfunding platform Crowdcube, to CNBC
It’s Time To Build
Marc Andreessen shares his views on why every Western institution was unprepared for the coronavirus pandemic, despite many prior warnings.
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