Category: Entrepreneurship

Don Wettrick is on a mission: revolutionizing the world of education by training the next generation of innovators. Continue reading

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Fresh educational technology startups are being promoted by the day, but not all of them deserve your attention. Here are are seven that can really level up students’ and teachers’ productiveness. Continue reading

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One big obstacle to starting a business is gone, marketing overhead for entrepreneurs can be as low as $50 a month. Continue reading

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Has “Innovation” become a four-letter word inside your company? Creating a culture of innovation from scratch isn’t easy. Transforming an existing culture is even harder. Learn what the core components of a culture of innovation are and how to transform your company’s culture. Continue reading

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Al apoyar su campaña de kickstarter y al compartirla con tus amigos, puedes formar parte del equipo Vega Coffee y ayudar a conectar a los agricultores a un nuevo futuro. Continue reading

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In supporting the Terenzi’s kickstarter campaign, and sharing it with your friends, you can join the team Vega Coffee and help connect farmers in Nicaragua to a new future. Continue reading

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Want to be an artist or designer? New study shows you need rich parents

A new study by the US Department of Labour has found that people currently in the most creative professions, including Designers, Musicians and Artists, came predominantly from richer parents. The people in these creative professions were by far and away the most likely to be earning significantly less than their parents earned, usually no more than Janitors, Maids or Waiters. Continue reading

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