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EntrepreneurCountry Insights keeps citizens informed about the latest global technology and innovation trends. Here is a record of all the articles, case studies, reports and contributions EntrepreneurCountry has published in its digital newsletter Insights since 2008.

Articles tagged with: 2013

WallJAM: The Future of Sport

Written by EntrepreneurCountry Global on Saturday, 28 December 2013.

WallJAM is a brand new innovation that is attempting to get the kids away from the computer screen and out on the pitch. WallJAM is an interactive wall that allows players to perfect their skills and download their statistics. WallJAM is bringing something completely new to the playing field, combining traditional skill and exercise with the millennial Xbox edge.

Acqua: The Mobile Operator You Should Know About

Written by EntrepreneurCountry Global on Thursday, 19 December 2013.

There are over 70 million mobile phones in the UK today, and it's fair to say that the market is a little crowded when it comes to phone networks. The industry struggles with competition, lowering prices and providing handsets that aren't even manufactured by them. It's hard to find anything unique and different for mobile contracts, but new company Acqua aims to change that.

The Future of Search

Written by Erika Racicot on Wednesday, 18 December 2013.

Over the past 20 years, we’ve seen people’s relationship with the term “search” transform from an intensely personal journey, into one of the most profitable businesses on earth. It’s the most common activity humanity performs. Whether online or in the real world, whether esoteric or routine in nature, we are all seeking answers. 

Why Crowdtesting is Becoming Even More Crucial In Today's Growing World of Technology

Written by Laura Chung on Wednesday, 18 December 2013.

The spectrum and the number of mobile services and applications are growing steadily. In particular, the UK is one of the countries to have the highest mobile take up, with 7 in 10 mobile users (71%) owning a smartphone (Ofcom, 2012). Mobile tools are available for almost every area of ​​life. Everything at the moment is going mobile.

Multilatinas: Made in Latin America, Gone Global

Written by Gabriela Castro-Fontoura on Monday, 16 December 2013.

Here's a challenge for you, name just two global companies that originated in Latin America. Tricky, right? Believe me, it will get easier as time goes by and "multilatinas" spread across the world.

Standing Up for Start Ups: The Policies Which Would Help Small Business Flourish

Written by Amanda Boyle on Friday, 13 December 2013.

Battling for the title of ‘the party for small business’ has become a recurring political theme; however, it is unfortunately often a battle with more posturing than progress. Headline grabbing policies are thrown around in the run up to elections, then watered down for implementation. Bright ideas from the current government provide a perfect example: disappointing data shows that neither The Funding for Lending Scheme nor the Business Bank have really helped small businesses.

The Rise of Bitcoin

Written by Robert Roessler on Friday, 13 December 2013.

Back in March 2013, Bitcoin reached an all-time trading high of more than £21. At that time, this was seen as a major development for the alternative currency which was launched in 2009, largely unnoticed outside the crypto-currency world.

Snapchat and Selfies: Social Media Predictions for 2014

Written by EntrepreneurCountry Global on Friday, 13 December 2013.

Snapchat is one of the most used apps in the world. Every day over 400 million photos are shared. It is clear that Snapchat has found its niche in the social media microcosm. When Evan Spiegel recently rejected Facebook's $3 billion buy out the world was divided, was he a brave entrepreneur staying loyal to his brand or making the most foolish mistake of his life?

Julie Meyer and entrepreneurcountry

Written by Martina Keens-Betts on Thursday, 12 December 2013.

Julie Meyer is the highly visionary and multi-talented founder of which is an innovative and exciting global discovery platform for digital companies, providing them with vast networking opportunities and access to crucial top-level industry information.  Julie is also Chairman and CE of Ariadne Capital, as well as a Dragons' Den online judge.  In my opinion, Julie is a phenomenal success both personally and professionally, because through her integrated world system philosophy of Ecosystem Economics, she quite simply gets the biggest of big pictures.

How Mobiles are Shaking up the Retail Industry this Christmas

Written by Nigel Arthur on Wednesday, 11 December 2013.

Retail is now operating in the era of the mobile majority—where smartphones are integrated into every aspect of users' lives. For work and play, phones are an extension of ourselves, and shopping is no exception. Nine out of ten shoppers use their mobile phones for pre-shopping activities such as finding store hours and locations, and 84% of shoppers use their mobile devices while shopping to check product availability or read reviews.

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