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Synergy, Business and Life

The idea of synergy and its place in school, work, and life There’s the saying: “two heads are better than one.” But, what does that exactly mean? The best definition would be that two people working together produces better results

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Entrepreneurship in the Classroom (Part 1)

Some interesting thoughts about entrepreneurship and the classroom Source: http://forumblog.org/2014/06/entrepreneurship-begin-classroom/ Whether people like to admit it or not, entrepreneurship involves everyone. Even professionals not commonly thought of as being business related. For example, an artist is still an entrepreneur due

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The Case for Entrepreneurship

Things to consider before launching a career What does entrepreneurship even mean? If at first glance the word “entrepreneur” sounds French to you, you’d be right. It’s a French word coined by economist Jean-Baptiste Say meaning, “adventurer.” However, my favorite

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How Do New Business Ideas Arise? The Reasons Behind Startups

A look into how business ideas are formed and thus, the creation of a startup! You’re probably one of those people who has all these creative ideas for projects in school, or maybe are very artistic, and just innovative. Those

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Life at the Innovation Hub: The Practical Approach to Entrepreneurial Competition

Now, as much as we like to think that the life of entrepreneurship is an easy task and that everything is spoon fed to you on a daily basis, the truth is that it is not true. Take our company,

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Do Startups Need CSR?

Considering your social responsibility early Many people may not be very familiar with the term– corporate social responsibility (CSR). What is it? Why no matter which industry they are in, big companies have their own CSR. Do startups need CSR?

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3 Reasons Why No One Will Steal Your Idea… Yet

It is one of the biggest fears of novice entrepreneurs, but it may be misplaced 1. Because it’s a piece of crap I am not saying that it is, I’m sure it’s a great idea. However, it is the most

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Problems to Overcome at a Startup

Obstacles you may face So you found a great idea and want to make your small business dream come true. What now? Startups present a lot of possibilities with many setbacks attached. There are many things that can go wrong

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How Can Small Business Startups Build a Strong Team?

Better Communication and Problem-Solving Normally, when mentioning “team building”, people would think of HRs in big companies leading people playing team-building games. However, team building is far more than just playing games. All team building exercises aim one goal—building trust.

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