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Lessons From Silicon Valley: An Interview with Mark Hoffman

Written by Kelly Dolan on Tuesday, 17 September 2013.

Mark Hoffman is an American-born entrepreneur who has spent most of his career founding billion dollar companies right out of the country's tech hub, Silicon Valley. He tells entrepreneurcountry what growing up in the US taught him about being an entrepreneur, why he’s now disrupting financial services with his latest start-up, Oxygen Finance, and what he thinks British businesses could learn from the US.

Europe’s Answer to Square? entrepreneurcountry Speaks to SumUp

Written by Kelly Dolan on Tuesday, 17 September 2013.

This month I spoke to Stefan Jeschonneck, Co-founder of SumUp. SumUp is a great example of Ecosystem Economics in action within the realm of financial services, offering a digital, disruptive solution to payments. SumUp empowers any business or sole trader to accept debit and credit card payments securely, using a smartphone and their portable card reader. With recent investment from American Express and daily deals company Groupon, I ask Stefan to share how his entrepreneurial journey began and to reveal his plans for the future.

Creating in Crowds

Written by Thomas A. Stewart on Tuesday, 17 September 2013.

In the romantic version, entrepreneurship and individualism are synonymous. He or she is a lone visionary, a Don Quixote tilting against the windmills of business as usual, with no resources beyond an impossible dream, a mulish stubbornness, and a maxed-out credit card.

Palo Alto Goes Global

Written by Julie Meyer on Tuesday, 17 September 2013.

I grew up near Palo Alto, so if I had a bias, it would be that Palo Alto is the epicentre of the tech world. And as ‘all things tech’ come to be understood as the driver of growth in business, like a massive snowball picking up speed down the mountain, it should be more important what’s happening in and around Palo Alto.

How Economic Growth Leads To Freedom

Written by Iqbal Z. Quadir on Tuesday, 17 September 2013.

Today, 75 percent of people globally have access to a mobile phone. Of the six billion subscriptions worldwide, 77 percent are held by people in developing countries. And despite the great disparities among high and low-income regions globally, there is a reasonable parity in access to mobile phones.

How Start-Ups Can Win - Locally or Globally

Written by Martin Vander Weyer on Monday, 16 September 2013.

Are the rules for entrepreneurial success different in the digital space from auto components or baked goods? Give or take some social-media buzz, I suspect they’re not. Taking a good idea, perfecting it, maintaining quality as demand grows, persuading target customers to pay a decent price: these are the essentials, whether that product is virtual, physical or edible. Here’s a couple of examples that have caught my eye.

Why I believe in entrepreneurcountry Global

Written by Russ Shaw on Friday, 13 September 2013.

For me, entrepreneurcountry represents what we need to do to embrace change for the future. Change for many is a very scary thing. For some, it is becoming the norm. And for a few, it is what makes them tick.

Hey, are you disrupting me?

Written by Glenda Stone on Friday, 13 September 2013.

If you have ever been fortunate to hear Stephen Phillips’s story of We Are Hunted fame, then you’ll know that ruthless perseverance, brilliant talent and highly commercialised innovation can truly come from anywhere. Twitter acquired the company in late 2012 and turned its platform into Twitter Music in 2013.

 

Let's Reinvent PC Gaming!

Written by Fabrice Grinda on Friday, 19 July 2013.

In addition to the decline of PC gaming described in my previous blog post (The Rise and Fall of PC Gaming), the business model of game development is broken for most developers, on both consoles and PCs. They spend millions to build a game. They sell it for $49.99 for a few months, at best, in an ever more hit driven environment dominated by mega-productions.

How Enterprises Can Achieve A Return On Mobility

Written by Benjamin Robbins on Thursday, 11 July 2013.

Enterprises everywhere are going all-in with mobility. They are arming their sales force with tablets, setting up enterprise app stores, enabling BYOD, and developing a mobile policy. But what does it get them? Sure it’s cool and hip, but do they know what value mobility is intended to bring? What is the real return on investment in mobility?

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