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PayCorp Agrees Bright Office Payments Deal

Written by EntrepreneurCountry Global on Wednesday, 16 October 2013.

Payments solutions business Pay Corporation, part of Boxhill Technologies PLC, has signed an agreement with CRM software business Bright Office, further extending its reach outside of the gaming and lottery sectors.

An Open Door To Funding For Entrepreneurs

Written by EntrepreneurCountry Global on Tuesday, 15 October 2013.

On Friday 1st November, the Crowdfunding: Deep Impact Conference will be offering a once in a lifetime opportunity to hear from the founders of various crowdfunding platforms, as well as meet with likeminded business owners and investors. 

The Growth and Rebirth of Entrepreneurship in the Arab World

Written by Joe Haslam on Tuesday, 24 September 2013.

Talking with Entrepreneurship students about strategy is like talking to millennials about pension plans. Thanks, but no thanks. It doesn’t help that textbooks on strategy are on the whole quite dull affairs (few, if any, people on their death bed request a copy of Robert E. Grant´s Contemporary Strategy Analysis).

Is Software Now Eating The Rag Trade?

Written by Joe Haslam on Sunday, 22 September 2013.

Even by the standards of Silicon Valley, where dramatic predictions are as common as hot dinners, to say that “Retail is Dead” is still quite shocking. What, you mean dead dead, not just say, resting? Yes, that is what Marc Andreessen of Venture Capital firm Andreessen Horowitz recently told PandoDaily's Sarah Lacy.

Healthcare Desperately Needs More Entrepreneurs

on Sunday, 22 September 2013.

At first glance the title of this piece may sound counter-intuitive to some readers. After all, there have been phenomenal advances seen in healthcare over the last two decades. Advances in diagnostic processes and treatments have given us state of the art scanners and robotic surgery. The development of new drug therapies have enabled physicians to substantially extend life, and sometimes even offer cure, to those with previously terminal diagnoses. So surely everything is ticking along nicely in the land of healthcare innovation?

Is it Time for an Entrepreneur Political Party?

Written by Joe Haslam on Sunday, 22 September 2013.

So yes, it looks like we were all had. Played like pianos, eaten without salt. I´m talking about the Entrepreneur ecosystem in Spain, a sector assiduously courted by both sides before the general election in Spain last November.

Qatar: Investment Coming From Within

Written by Kelly Dolan on Wednesday, 18 September 2013.

It often seems that the David and Goliath business relationship between America and the Middle East is a one-way street. The recent acquisition of Israeli startups such as Waze and Intucell by Google and Cisco respectively suggest a wealth of entrepreneurial talent, but a lack of in-country venture capital to enable sustained growth.

Big Data and the Sentient World

on Tuesday, 17 September 2013.

The fast data set revolution is being created by you. Every time we text, search, travel or buy we add to the data mountain of some 2.5 billion gigabytes a day that humanity is collectively writing, bringing a new consciousness into existence.

How Digital Innovation Will Drive The NHS

on Tuesday, 17 September 2013.

Tony Speakman (pictured), Regional Director at FileMaker International, shares why The National Health Service (NHS) is now ripe for digital innovation.

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An Open Door To Funding For Entrepreneurs

by EntrepreneurCountry Global

On Friday 1st November, the Crowdfunding: Deep Impact Conference will be offering a once in a lifetime opportunity to hear from the founders of various crowdfunding platforms, as well as meet with likeminded business owners and investors. 

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Creating in Crowds

by Thomas A. Stewart

In the romantic version, entrepreneurship and individualism are synonymous. He or she is a lone visionary, a Don Quixote tilting against the windmills of business as usual, with no resources beyond an impossible dream, a mulish stubbornness, and a maxed-out credit card.

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The Growth and Rebirth of Entrepreneurship in the Arab World

by Joe Haslam

Talking with Entrepreneurship students about strategy is like talking to millennials about pension plans. Thanks, but no thanks. It doesn’t help that textbooks on strategy are on the whole quite dull affairs (few, if any, people on their death bed request a copy of Robert E. Grant´s Contemporary Strategy Analysis).

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Palo Alto Goes Global

by Julie Meyer

I grew up near Palo Alto, so if I had a bias, it would be that Palo Alto is the epicentre of the tech world. And as ‘all things tech’ come to be understood as the driver of growth in business, like a massive snowball picking up speed down the mountain, it should be more important what’s happening in and around Palo Alto.

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Qatar: Investment Coming From Within

by Kelly Dolan

It often seems that the David and Goliath business relationship between America and the Middle East is a one-way street. The recent acquisition of Israeli startups such as Waze and Intucell by Google and Cisco respectively suggest a wealth of entrepreneurial talent, but a lack of in-country venture capital to enable sustained growth.

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How Economic Growth Leads To Freedom

by Iqbal Z. Quadir

Today, 75 percent of people globally have access to a mobile phone. Of the six billion subscriptions worldwide, 77 percent are held by people in developing countries. And despite the great disparities among high and low-income regions globally, there is a reasonable parity in access to mobile phones.

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