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Digitization 2.0

In my previous two blog posts I shared a base view and two examples. In this post I will share some ways to get to a state of the art

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Innovation Vietnam, rapidly growing

We have been in Hanoi, Vietnam, from March 7 to 9, 2018 to learn about Entrepreneurship and Innovation in Vietnam. The Society3 and World Innovations Forum Ambassador, Nguyễn Dũng from

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Do you know Nepal? No you don’t. Entrepreneurial Wave Nepal

Most people associate Nepal with Himalaya, Yak, Temples and Monks. And that’s OK – but that was 20+ years ago. Kathmandu, the capital city is a 6 to 8 Million

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Digitization is a mindset

OK in my previous post I talked about the European Digitization Issue. And rather giving it yet another abstract and very complicated explanation what it supposed to be, I’d rather

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The initial value of innovation is zero

Bringing innovation successfully to market is key for prosperity Nations all over the world pour millions and billions into innovation support – yet only a fraction of those inventions are

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World Innovations Forum Kickoff

First global innovation gathering In June 2018, for the first time, entrepreneurs, investors, enabler and government officers from around the world meet at the World Innovations Forum. The forum helps

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Global Online Meeting April 5

SOCIETY3’S FIRST GLOBAL ONLINE MEETING After creating one of the most successful accelerator programs and working with entrepreneurs for the past 4 years, we decided to take our vision global.

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Compete successfully with enterprises as a startup

Once in a while I meet entrepreneurs with amazing ideas but they don’t know how they could compete with even the largest enterprises. I started my first company from scratch

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Why so many startups fail

I’ve worked with over 100 startups in the past years and ran 5 businesses myself. My experience – in this order:  No. 1) Weak execution Most failing startups could just

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A day of a startup ceo

You have only 24 hours a day minus 10 to sleep, eat and recharge makes it 14 hours. I assume you are tackling a large market and want to conquer

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