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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

Valuing meaning as much as money

on Thursday, 20 November 2014.

The key to growing a profitable business isn’t focusing solely on financial gain. It’s about finding a greater purpose, says Alex Cheatle, CEO of the Ten Group.

When Ten Lifestyle Concierge was starting out 16 years ago we set our goal to become the largest and most trusted personalised concierge service in the world. This vision, coupled with a strong set of company values, has allowed the business to steadily progress towards becoming a market leader, and with 16 wholly owned global offices and more than two million members worldwide we're achieving it. However, had our initial goals been based purely on making money, it is likely we'd have ended up chasing our tail.

Staying Motivated – How to Rise Above the Daily Grind

Written by Jonathan Simnett on Thursday, 20 November 2014.

For most of us, running a business is about a lot more than just making the numbers. If that alone was the sole reason for turning up at work then I'd wager most of us would find it hard to get out of bed in the morning.

Electric Vehicles – Arranging the ecosystem

Written by Dan Ginger on Tuesday, 18 November 2014.

Such is the subtlety of technological transitions, that when the Electric Vehicle (EV) was pitted against the Internal Combustion Engine (ICE) in the 1920s, the ICE that causes so many environmental, health and social issues today, won out because Europeans preferred the faster model. There are various elements that affect the uptake of technology, and the resurgence (or not) of EVs today has been no different, with multiple issues slowing or accelerating the EV's attack on the ICE's current system lock-in. This article outlines the key changes that are required in order to arrange the economic ecosystem into one that is favourable for the EV.

Startup Profile: Diabdis

Written by Magda Borowik on Friday, 14 November 2014.

Diabetes is one of the fastest growing epidemics of our time. At the moment it affects 382 million people worldwide, and is estimated to reach 592 million in 2035. Most of those people are not under supervision of diabetologists, which may result in multiple complications, such as nephropathy, neuropathy or retinopathy. "We are here to make a change" say Magdalena Dutkiewicz, Tomasz Dąbrowski and Szymon Dziedzic, who have developed the Diabdis.com tool.

Why the US can take on Germany at its own game

Written by Thomas A. Stewart on Friday, 14 November 2014.

Americans don't have to look enviously across the Atlantic at Germany's mighty Mittelstand. The middle market is also a powerful force on U.S. soil. Like the Mittelstand, it is the backbone of economic growth and job creation. Unlike its German counterpart, however, the U.S. middle market labors and grows in relative obscurity, and in a financial system that in some cases acts in ways that are less than ideal for the development of long-lived, independent, mid-sized businesses.

8 NIGERIAN STARTUPS TO WATCH IN 2015

Written by Seyi Taylor on Thursday, 13 November 2014.

2014 has practically ended and we've seen the new and the old in startups. It's been a year for new arrivals and old giants but these are the Nigerian startups we think you should be monitoring closely in 2015.

A reliable economic programme for Turkey ahead

Written by Charles A. Stolworthy on Thursday, 13 November 2014.

The Turkish government recently unveiled its new economic programme which would be taken into account as a source when doing business by many official organization and international investors. Previously this programme had a visionary impact and the government many times failed to attain its targets. EEC found the latest economic programme quite realistic in the sense of macroeconomic achievements.

Bitcoin, Ebola and the Web Summit

Written by Marcus Swanepoel on Wednesday, 12 November 2014.

A year or two ago I doubt anyone would have ever considered that the words Bitcoin, Ebola and Web Summit could exist together in the same sentence: Bitcoin was considered by many as some 'crazy currency', Ebola was 'something of the past', and Web Summit was 'some tiny tech conference in Dublin'.

David and Goliath Must Dance: Can Google Defeat The Banks?

Written by EntrepreneurCountry Global on Monday, 10 November 2014.

This Autumn, entrepreneurcountry Global is hosting a series of dinners across Europe with one goal in mind: to enable Davids and Goliaths to 'Dance'. Each dinner is based around an ecosystem – finance, smart cities, retail and several others. They enable leaders of global brand corporates and emerging digital enablers meet to and share ideas and challenges, encouraging collaboration. These partnerships between corporates and entrepreneurs is a winning formula, David must dance with Goliath.

How Starcom MediaVest Balance Global and Local brand Strategies in the Digital Age

Written by EntrepreneurCountry Global on Monday, 10 November 2014.

Celebrating 20 years with Starcom MediaVest Group (SMG) this year, Matt Blackborn has witnessed great changes in the global media landscape over the course of his career. Having spent his formative years with Leo Burnett, Matt has since held numerous positions within SMG and in 2012 was appointed the group's President of Emerging Markets. He has helped steer the company through the launch of Starcom in the UK and various mergers, and has achieved success running the group's operations in Dubai.

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