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Change or die: what big business can learn from start-ups about internal innovation

Many articles these days discuss how startups should interact with large corporations but none discuss how corporations should interact and work with startups.

Jack Welch, the Head of General Electric, formulated the #1 rule for company survival: “Change or Die” many years ago yet it is just as relevant today. There are companies that develop and there are those that remain stagnant, and eventually meet the same fate as that of dinosaurs.

Innovative Leaders In The Digital Era

Innovative Leaders In The Digital Era

The onset of the digital era has allowed technology permeate our daily lives, transforming our realities into something entirely new and different. The way we socialize, conduct business, receive medial care, and carry out numerous other tasks has been impacted by rapid technological innovation. In the realm of business, technology plays an increasingly important role, especially for its leaders. Executives hold a myriad of important responsibilities. Whether they are working on policy development or tracking the company budget, executives are an active and integral part of their companies.

Succeed in the start-up game

Succeed in the start-up game

The proliferation of accelerators has caused a global shift in the process of venture development for entrepreneurs around the world. Accelerators offer tremendous benefits to entrepreneurs. They provide an excellent network of mentors, advisors, and experienced entrepreneurs. Entrepreneurs are are able to work on their ventures along side other budding ventures at a similar stage. This type of co-working environment encourages progress and creates a sense of camaraderie amongst entrepreneurs.

Aprender a ser emprendedor a los 12 años

Aprender a ser emprendedor a los 12 años

Dan Balter nació en Azula, un pequeña ciudad de la periferia de Israel en la que viven unas 40.000 personas. Hijo de padre uruguayo y madre argentina, a los 17 años creó una empresa que se dedicaba a la fabricación de vestimenta repelente de mosquitos, y a los 22 años la vendió por US$ 14 millones. Desde entonces, Balter inició otros negocios, como la compañía ATP que brinda servicios para reducir el impacto económico de las cancelaciones de vuelos en la industria de las aerolíneas comerciales, y es co-fundador y miembro del directorio de HYPE Foundation, una organización que busca promover el emprendedurismo y la innovación tecnológica en torno a los deportes.

We can say Youth Nation

We can say “Youth Nation”

In recent years, Israel has come to be known around the world as the “Startup Nation,” an appropriate title for the miraculous growth and success Israel’s economy. It produces more startups per-capita than China, India, Canada, Japan and the UK. Not only this, but it attracts twice as much venture-capital investment as the US and 30 times more than Europe. Israel’s economic capital, Tel Aviv, is considered to be one of the best environments for entrepreneurship in the world, second only to Silicon Valley.