The global recession has also had a massive effect on technology and start-ups, but just as often as new opportunities rather than challenges, says Christian Lanng, CEO of Tradeshift. He predicts what trends we may see in 2012.
Are there certain intrinsic qualities in entrepreneurs that make them who they are? What could we observe about their personalities, emotional make-up and life views that makes them different from the rest of us, asks Walter Lim.
There isn't a profession in the world that wouldn't benefit from continuing education, and that includes entrepreneurs as well, says Kevin Kaiser of Startup Biz Blog.
Entrepreneurs who are serious about their commitment to capitalistic self-drive need to recognize the correlation between the economy of today and tomorrow, and the natural world, says Kevin Kaiser of Startup Biz Blog
Relief 2.0 is an organic movement of multidisciplinary volunteers and partner organizations from around the world working together to promote efficient disaster response and sustainable disaster recovery through the active engagement of local stakeholders.
Can you remember what you were doing the last time you came up with a great idea?
Nepotism is a nasty business, especially because it’s hard to imagine we’d behave much differently given the same chances. Here are 10 famous businesspeople who’ve at least been suspected of benefiting from the ugly game.
Long lines at the gas pump weren’t the only product of the twin energy crises of the 1970s. A legislative push toward energy conservation and innovation were also born as a result. And that’s why Robert Brands believes the skyrocketing price of oil will do the same in 2011.
Global Entrepreneurship Monitor lists Singapore as one of the least entrepreneurial societies in the developed world, averaging 5.7 per cent in Total Entrepreneurial Activity (TEA). Does Singapore's education system really stifle entrepreneurship?
Welcome to the Rotary Youth Social Entrepreneurship Challenge (RYSEC) 2010, where some two-score teams of youths aged 16 to 35 pitched their ideas on socially responsible businesses.
The Global University Entrepreneurial Spirits Student's Survey, carried out in 2008, shows that more than 80 percent of students in Singapore want to start their own business.
What do you do when God (or life, if you're an agnostic) presents you with an opportunity to fulfill your destiny? Would you invest it, or bury it?
The Impact Entrepreneurship Group is Canada's largest non-profit, student-run organization dedicated to encouraging the entrepreneurial spirit amongst youth in Canada. Could we have a similar setup here?
I've often argued that one of the reasons why the startup community in Singapore is spluttering is because of the fact that we don't have a good platform where successful and experienced entrepreneurs can help guide our newbie startups. Perhaps we can learn from TheFunded.com's latest initiative.