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Insights

EntrepreneurCountry Insights keeps citizens informed about the latest global technology and innovation trends. Here is a record of all the articles, case studies, reports and contributions EntrepreneurCountry has published in its digital newsletter Insights since 2008.

Articles tagged with: 2014

Latest IT startup gems unearthed in Tech Trailblazers Awards shortlist

Written by Rose Ross on Tuesday, 09 December 2014.

Voting is now open: help decide 2015’s trailblazers

London, UK – 3rd December 2014 – The Tech Trailblazers Awards, the first annual awards program for enterprise information technology startups, today announced the third edition finalists in the categories of Big Data, Cloud, Emerging Markets, Mobile, Networking, Security, Storage, Sustainable IT, Virtualization, as well as new additions 'FinTech' and 'IoT' (Internet of Things) categories, and the 'Firestarter Award'.

Celebrating 15 Years of Ariadne Capital

Written by EntrepreneurCountry Global on Monday, 08 December 2014.

Ariadne Capital celebrates its 15th year on the 8th of December. We have created a timeline of key milestones that the firm has enjoyed!

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Meet Mark Kanji, The Entrepreneur Enabling The App Economy

Written by EntrepreneurCountry Global on Monday, 08 December 2014.

Mark Kanji launched Apptivation in 2012 as a full service mobile agency, creating sector-specific mobile solutions for the banking and retail sector. One year later, Apptivation has grown to be one of the largest mobile agencies in the UK, acting as a strategic delivery partner to tier one organisations including Lloyds Banking Group, Camelot and Mitie. Apptivation is doing incredibly well says Julie Meyer, ' it is the fastest growing startup that Ariadne has ever worked with.'  

The Shared Economy – Should it be Regulated?

Written by Dan Ginger on Monday, 08 December 2014.

The shared economy has made everybody a potential entrepreneur. Part of what makes the shared economy so extensive and scalable is the fact that ordinary people with additional capacity, for example in their homes or vehicles, can join and offer this space to consumers that demand it. The shared economy means that we own less as individuals, but can access more. The near-elimination of marginal costs makes the business model easily scalable – with the shared economy worth an estimated £9billion globally per year and made up of companies such as Uber and Airbnb, with market valuations of $18billion and $10billion respectively.

The European Venture Capital Industry is Making Money for America

Written by Julie Meyer on Monday, 08 December 2014.

I'm from Palo Alto originally, so I should be biased towards 'home'. However, I've lived in Europe since September 1988 when I took off for Paris two weeks out of university, wanting to faire fortune in Paris. So as an American in Europe, I believe I understand both landscapes.

Strong Jules in Heels

Written by Julie Meyer on Friday, 05 December 2014.

Like many entrepreneurs, I'm a bit schizophrenic. I have to project confidence while constantly de-risking situations which I realise would make a lot of people collapse. To make matters (worse/better – choose), I have become partners to many entrepreneurs as their financial backer / confidant/ advisor/ Board Director/ bag carrier. So their anxiety becomes the knots in my back that I get pounded out twice a week in the deepest of Thai massages where Eva my therapist keeps saying, 'tell me one more time what is it that you do and why?'

Top Tips on Exporting a Business Abroad

Written by Kelly Hoppen MBE on Friday, 05 December 2014.

Kelly Hoppen MBE kicks off British Export Week with a list of Top Tips on 'Exporting a Business Abroad'. As a proud ambassador of the GREAT Campaign and whilst working closely with UKTI over the years, Kelly not only promotes Quintessentially British brands abroad but is also an extremely successful exporters herself.

Why Berlin is leading the way for entrepreneurs

Written by Julie Meyer on Thursday, 04 December 2014.

These days, when someone asks me where I live, I tell them it's seat 2B on a British Airways flight en route to a city in Europe or Africa. Along with Amit Pau, the managing director of my firm, I'm building EntrepreneurCountry Global to help non-technology mid to large enterprises to embrace their digital future.

The Power of Entrepreneurship in North Korea

Written by Dan Ginger on Thursday, 04 December 2014.

The Kaesong Industrial Complex is not a normal space for industry to operate within. For the 123 companies based in the industrial zone represent the flagship diplomatic project between the governments of the Republic of Korea (South Korea) and the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (North Korea). For a pair of nations still technically at war, and whom regularly carry out aggressive military drills against one another, the area represents a rare case of relative cooperation and unity.

The University – A space for David, or Goliath?

Written by Dan Ginger on Thursday, 04 December 2014.

The modern University is complex, networked, and diverse in its nature and focus. In the UK and much of the world, attendance is not a state-sponsored right, nor is it a legal requirement. Universities must maintain financial security alongside academic commitments and reputations. But where does the University fit into an Ecosystem Economics approach - does it provide space for entrepreneur Davids, fuelling the growth of new technologies and ideas through innovation, research and the fostering of start-ups? Or are Universities dictated to by commercial Goliaths, with big-business mind-sets, controlling the research process in search of profit? 

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