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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...
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.
Focus has to be placed on experience – how ArtNight is bringing people out of virtuality
With their edutainment events, Aimie-Sarah Carstensen and her co-founder David Neisinger convinced the jury of the SevenVentures Pitch Days 2019. In this interview, the ArtNight founder explains how digital solutions bring people back together in real life.
Sustainable start-ups: Can climate protection and business work in combination?
Green, greener, start-up. More and more companies are focusing on sustainability. But how can this demand be met without foregoing the demands of a prospering business? In this interview, CHOOOSE founder Andreas Slettvoll indicates how this can work.