Bangalore is the nerve center of Startup revolution in India. The authors unravel three key elements about Bangalore that connect to each other in a way that they feed off each other, creating a unique entrepreneurial ecosystem.
Entrepreneurs shouldn’t start their business with a plan.
How do you build a successful business in the 21st century? How do you become a thriving entrepreneur? What are the challenges and lessons learned along the journey? MARGINALIA speaks with Mark Matlock, founder of the care / nursing home comparison website, We Compare Any Care. In this interview, Matlock shares key lessons on running a technology company and offers advice to entrepreneurs who believe they have the next big idea.
Startup founders should be prepared to put their money where their mouths are if they want to secure investment from business angels, according to research from University of Edinburgh Business School and the University of Glasgow’s Adam Smith Business School.
The golden rule of business says that effective time management is the key to success.
Peta Kelly, founder of The New Way and creator of Jeaniius, features in the Kitty Talks podcast in a powerful new episode entitled ‘We Are Always Being Slowly Equipped For Our Highest Purpose’.
Entrepreneurs who write formal start-up business plans are 16% more likely to be successful, new research from University of Edinburgh Business School and RWTH Aachen University reveals.
The Royal Academy of Engineering has opened the new Taylor Centre, a space for the Academy’s Enterprise Hub, which supports entrepreneurs, and which is named after one of Britain’s most successful engineers, Dr John C Taylor OBE.
New research from Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University (RSM) finds that those diagnosed with hyperactivity, one of the main symptoms of ADHD – Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder – are more likely to be an entrepreneur.
The combination of ‘New Year, New Me’ and Blue Monday, (which fell this year on 16th January and is regarded as the most depressing day of the year) means working Brits are getting itchy feet at work and considering setting up shop themselves.
8 March 2017 is undoubtedly a red-letter day in the agendas of the Great Region and Luxembourg’s startups. It will be the D-day of the Startup World Cup, the first event of its kind ever held in Europe.
Talent acquisition software specialist TribePad has beaten stiff competition to take the title of Software Innovation of the Year at the 2016 Digital Entrepreneur Awards.
New research released this week by The Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) finds that informal professional networks and communities are more important for entrepreneurial success than formal structures such as incubators and accelerators.