Highlighting entrepreneurial ecosystems and community builders from around the world.
Startup Engagement: Best Practices for Large Organizations
Learn how large companies are engaging with startups to accelerate corporate innovation. Get actionable insights from interviews with over 100 innovation leaders from Fortune 500 companies. Download the report to learn how your peers are embracing the disruptors.
The Startup Guide series of books, launched in 2014 by Copenhagen-based publisher Sissel Hansen, covers over 20 cities such as London, Stockholm, Lisbon, Capetown, and Miami. See our reviews of the guidebooks for New York, Berlin, Munich, Zurich, Johannesburg, and Singapore. Startup Guide Paris
The Death Valley Curve. The raging gulf between a promising young startup and successful viability on the market. It takes a whole lot to take a solid business idea, flesh it out into practicable form, supply the funding and manpower, generate interest, and stay the distance to make a return.
Starting a business alone is one of the most challenging things one can do in their professional career. Many entrepreneurs seek help and advice from online publications, friends, family, and industry developments. The truth is, while all those resources can provide invaluable information, one of the best resources an entrepreneur can have is a mentor.
“Ecosystem” is a word that comes up a lot among business leaders in the startup community. Ecolab CEO Doug Baker used it onstage at the Palace Theatre in St. Paul at a recent event hosted by economic development group Greater MSP.