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Innovation, flexibility and speed are just some of the characteristics that we typically associate with start-ups. Modern technology and innovative business models give start-ups the potential to grow (or ‘scale up’) faster than tradition...
Corporate venture building (CVB): the new digital business model?
Global challenges like climate change and healthcare require innovative and sustainable ideas to be developed and quickly implemented. Is corporate venture building the business model for achieving that?
Female Founder Initiative – for more women in the tech industry
Tech startups are spreading like wildfire, but if you look closer, one thing stands out: it’s mainly men who are igniting the flame. The Female Founder Initiative wants to change that.
Spotlight on Stathletes: data & analytics for professional sports
Meghan Chayka is co-founder and CEO of Canadian sports data and analytics company Stathletes. Her customers are professional ice hockey teams that want to use data to optimize their performance, leave behind the competition, and wow fans.
Spotlight on farmer connect®: data for transparent and fair supply chains
Michael Chrisment is the CEO of the Swiss startup farmer connect®. Using IBM’s blockchain technology, the agritech company ensures greater sustainability and transparency in the food industry’s production and supply chains.
How to find the right SaaS pricing model for your software
Choosing the right SaaS pricing model for your software is essential for marketing your software product. We present the 5 most popular pricing models along with their strengths and weaknesses and explain what you should keep in mind.
Idea management: how to correctly prioritize your ideas
Good ideas can be incredibly lucrative, but only if they are a sound fit for the situation in question. Here, you will discover how to filter out promising solutions from your pool of creative thoughts and thus effectively save on resources.
Corporate venturing: investing in digital expertise pays off
Fresh ideas and innovations from externally sourced bright minds – companies such as Google, Intel, and BMW are taking a corporate venturing approach to harness the expertise of startups in order to optimize digital technologies or tap into new business areas.
Goodbye productivity killers: 20 tips on how to create efficient meetings
Do you find yourself having to attend meeting after meeting and you don’t know when you’ll get your actual work done? If so, then there is an acute need to make your meetings more efficient! Find out here which adjustments you can make so that your meetings bring better results in less time.
5 Things that established firms can learn from startups
In many sectors of the economy, successful startups are regarded as an engine of transformation and innovation. New methods from the startup world also offer established companies exciting solution approaches for the necessary transformations ahead.