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Cup winners

DeViehl coffee cups are pushing the frontiers of luxury goods. BSR reports how.

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Eight entrepreneurial truths

Seperating truth from fiction can be difficult, but here are eight essential truths extracted from entrepreneurial encounters and experiences.

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Effective use of existing data can help improve our cities' services

Many civic leaders are facing budget cuts whilst needing to maintain aging city infrastructures. They struggle with having an inadequate supply of information, but in many cases the data is already there. Their challenge is to apply the right information and begin to use it more effectively to optimise and transform their services.

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The business of innovation - where do you start?

Innovation is essential for survival in today's business world. Here are five new patterns which have been identified to show how technology and data can spark new ideas to help leaders find new opportunities to succeed in today’s environment.

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Putting a stake in the ground: the crowdfunding angel

The crowdfunding phenomenon has seen rapid growth over the last couple of years. Gary Dushnitsky tells BSR how and why the benefits of crowdfunding to economic activity are manifold.

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Will my idea work?

Successful entrepreneurs insistently ask why their idea will or won’t work. John Mullins explains.

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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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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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Betting against the crowd

The wisdom of crowds doesn’t always apply, suggests new research from Kevin Boudreau and Lars Bo Jeppesen.

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How to be your own customer

Business is personal and even more so for many entrepreneurs, says Sahar Hashemi.

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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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