Innovation has never been more important—and leading innovators are showing why.
Though times to get into the job market? Time to adopt an entrepreneurial mindset
Something I have learned by reading an article on The Economist’ 1843 Magazine.
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
Imagine a new way
Something I have learned by reading “Reimagining Capitalism. How Business Can Save the World”
3 things I have learned by reading “Creating signature stories”
Why storytelling should be a no-brainer when it comes to building a brand.
Don’t come undone
Something I learned by reading “Chief Marketing Officers at Work”.
Something I have learnt by reading “Building a Story Brand”.
3 things I have learned by reading “Founder Brand”
How to transform our story into our competitive advantage.
IT TAKES A VILLAGE TO RAISE A CHILD
A brand-new book explores the inner reasons why startuppers need whole ecosystems to survive and thrive.
"The conversations I have with early-stage founders have to do with how deeply they understand the pain points of their customers." (Sumaiya Balbale, CMO, Sequoia Capital)
INNOVATION LOVES OPENNESS
Entrepreneurial ecosystems characterised by openness to diverse actors generate more firms, study reveals
"Our growth at all costs mindset is no longer viable." (Tom Wehmeier, Partner, Atomico)
ENTREPRENEURSHIP, DIVERSITY AND THE GLOBAL SOUTH GO TO A CONFERENCE
A Call for Paper aims to collect fresh findings at the intersection of entrepreneurship, gender and the global south to nurture budding activism.
“Our world is in big trouble. Divides are growing deeper; inequalities are growing wider; challenges are spreading father... we need hope... we need action across the board.” (UN's Secretary-General, António Guterres)
What makes social movements succeed?
Social movements are behind the most powerful changes in the world – from voting rights to political upheavals to the fight for racial equality. But how do you build a movement that unites millions of people and captures the attention of those in power?
Arguers rather than Storytellers
Crowdfunding: Pitching a project it is not just a matter of storytelling.
More equal societies are more resilient, they are more likely to invest for the many not the few, and to have robust political institutions and consistent policies. And few would disagree that a society that provides opportunity for all of its citizens is more likely to thrive than one which favours an elite, however defined. (Mark Carney, Value(s). Building a better world for all).
"Empirical research shows that start-ups that are more innovative tend to attract greater interest from crowd investors (Le Pendeven and Schwienbacher, 2018). This finding contrasts with reward-based crowdfunding, where Chan and Parhankangas (2017) document that the crowd has a preference to support less innovative projects, perhaps because they face a greater risk if they are not able to deliver the promised reward." (Schwienbacher, 2019)
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