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Crowdfunding

Crowdfunding

Gary Dushnitsky explores the realities of crowdfunding – from its four common forms to the continuing importance of friends, family and followers – with Dan Marom, co-author of The Crowdfunding Revolution

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Why entrepreneurs are like teenagers and need a protective mother

Ben Hallen highlights the value of accountability and guidance for entrepreneurs and their start-ups.

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Start-ups use four catalysts to win funding

For many aspiring entrepreneurs, the hunt for venture capital is a tale of frustration and woe. Yet a minority of entrepreneurs, sometimes viewed as the lucky few, appear to raise money with relative ease.

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Interim executives: models of modern management

What makes a successful interim executive? Julian Birkinshaw investigates.

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How Europe is betraying its children

Do today's youth have the skills to succeed in tomorrow's world? Michael G Jacobides reports.

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Crowdfunding - should we be worried about its future?

Crowdfunding is a hot new area of interest for entrepreneurs and those seeking funding for artistic projects and more.

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Agenda-setting books - healthy reading

There is an array of books on how health care should best be managed. Here, we present our pick of the prescriptions.

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Myth focus and green shoots in Greece

As Europe struggles through an anaemic recovery, its structurally challenged South is trying to mend itself. It is a fascinating, and still undecided turnaround story, best illustrated by the Eurozone’s former bête noire - Greece.

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Gary Dushnitsky talks crowdfunding

His latest research seeks to uncover the reality behind the much talked about emergence of crowdfunding as a means of funding everything from the Statue of Liberty to rock albums.

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Making the leap into developed markets

Costas Markides examines whether disruptive innovation at the Bottom of the Pyramid will come to disrupt Western markets.

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The entrepreneurial journey: Abhishek Garodia, PlayEnable

In 2011, I was in the Philippines on an internship and then in Australia for an exchange term. I was frustrated at not knowing where when and how I could play a game of cricket, football or take a kickboxing class. That led me to think about PlayEnable.

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