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The Do's and Don'ts of Business Disputes

Written by Helen Hall on Thursday, 02 July 2015.

You’ve finally got your own business so it’s worth taking a moment to reflect on all the work and passion that it has taken to get there. Businesses can prosper while others can sadly fall apart for various reasons, partner disputes being an important one. When disputes arise amongst one or more partners, it’s important to carefully consider what can be done to manage the issue. Helen Hall, Associate Solicitor Litigation & Dispute Resolution at national law firm Colemans-ctts, provides guidance to businesses on what their options are and addresses some of the Do's and Don’ts.

An Interview with Julian Kabab: Filling in the (Flash) Gaps

Written by Clara Hosshage on Tuesday, 30 June 2015.

Julian Kabab is the co-founder and CEO of Flashgap, a delayed photo-sharing app founded in December 2014 . Fresh from university in his home country of France, Julian was inspired by both his love of re-living funny memories with friends and the film The Hangover, before eventually creating an innovation that would ‘allow users to be ready for yesterday’.

Along with two other co-founders, Julian hopes to expand Flashgap across the world over the next twelve months. Entrepreneurcountry met up with Julian to discuss how the app differs from Snapchat, which business figure inspires him most and what advice he would give to those wanting to develop a start-up.

How to be an agile business leader

Written by Belinda Waldock on Tuesday, 30 June 2015.

To be a successful business leader in today's fast-paced business landscape requires agility.

Agile is a method and mind set for navigating uncertainty, it will literally put the writing on the wall to give you the access you need to the workings of the people and processes within your business to ensure you are building the right thing, and building that thing right.

Julie Meyer explains Ecosystem Economics

Written by Julie Meyer on Monday, 29 June 2015.

HBR Summit 2015 was held 26-27 March in Mexico, inviting a range of large to midsize companies, and high-level leaders to discuss leadership and market trends. Our founder Julie Meyer was asked to speak about her Ecosystem Economics model – and why she believes the digital enablers are fast tracking us into a new transformed future.

The model explains how startups and large corporates can leverage each others strengths to create positive value and enable them to ‘win in the future’.

Are we in a tech bubble? You bet we are!

Written by Nicklas Bergman on Monday, 29 June 2015.

I have been a seed and early stage technology investor for the past 15 years. This means that I am part of the problem, so being asked to write a column on a potential tech bubble is like questioning if the wings on the Lufthansa Airbus A321 are stable enough (and yes, I am writing this on a plane).

How to Pick Profitable Keywords

Written by Tim Kitchen on Sunday, 28 June 2015.

Keywords are the words that potential customers plug into search engines when trying to buy a product or service. Ranking highly for the right keywords can make all the difference between fortune and failure for your business.

Little and large – business matchmaking

Written by Rich Wagner on Sunday, 28 June 2015.

There can sometimes be a tense relationship between small businesses and larger corporates. Some of this is ‘pantomime’ – the ‘big versus small’ rhetoric that makes for good headlines and lively debates – but there’s no denying that the culture and mind-set within organisations of different sizes can vary greatly. On the surface, these differences may look to be a barrier to effective relationships between little and large. However, partnerships between the two can be of great mutual benefit for both parties.

When Should You Allow Exclusivity in Deals?

Written by Mark Suster on Friday, 26 June 2015.

I’ve heard many investors and some executives repeat the mantra, “Never offer exclusive deals,” and since this blanket statement is generally bad advice I thought I’d offer the less conventional but I believe more practical version of why exclusive deals can actually be a huge bonus for a startup and why I actively encourage them.

G20 Summit: Emerging Opportunities in Platform-enabled disruption

Written by Sangeet Choudary on Friday, 26 June 2015.

The next few sets of disruptive opportunities that aren’t readily obvious yet

The last article posited that pipe-based business models will continue to exist with platform-based business models. This is an important issue that both, pro-disruption and anti-disruption camps, fail to appreciate entirely. As the world gets more connected, every industry will open up opportunities for platform disruption and digital transformation. As the popular saying goes, in the future (and even now), every industry is a tech industry.

Do Less. More.

Written by Mark Suster on Thursday, 25 June 2015.

We are experiencing a frenetic time. I rarely talk to any startup entrepreneur or VC who doesn’t feel it and somehow long for simpler times despite the benefits we all enjoy from increased enthusiasm for our sector.

For entrepreneurs there’s too much money sloshing around. One would think entrepreneurs would never want less available cash – until such time as their competitors ridiculously and unnecessarily all raise $50 million in the name of a “land grab” thus making it much harder for your totally reasonable company to attract investors.

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