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From selfishness of startups to conscious entrepreneurship

When the world talks about the impact of technological ventures, in Israel (which is usually recognized as a startup nation) there is already talk of revolutionizing the business world based on the notion of conscious entrepreneurship. A few days ago I had an immersive experience in this pioneering place, where…

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Google Campus: the ‘factory’ of dreams and startups in Spain

In one of the most traditional places in the Spanish capital, the Arganzuela district, one of the driving forces of young entrepreneurs is based. An old factory of the twentieth century gives shelter to the Google Campus of Madrid, who according to its director Sofia Benjumea is a center that…

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3 golden rules that you have to keep in mind to make your startup viral

In the medium term, a business model will only work if it succeeds in generating an organic growth of customers beyond the initial marketing investment. There are three golden rules to keep in mind that have helped startups to generate that viral momentum in the past. The measures may vary…

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Innovation and agility to succeed in the business of online travel startups

A key attribute to being a successful startup is having the ability to grow and transform in order to provide a service that differentiates itself. Innovation and agility Two words that describe in a timely manner not only the technology of today but also the world of travel. They are…

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Helping Latin America startups cross borders

A new generation of entrepreneurs is detonating a major change in Latin America. The emerging technology companies created by these entrepreneurs declare themselves ready for innovation in sectors such as agriculture, logistics and education; teach students the new skills for a digital economy, improve the productivity of vast arable land…

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