All too often, creativity is assumed to be synonymous with the creation of new ideas. But anybody can have an idea. What really matters is the capacity to destroy in order to bring your ideas to life.
Founder of Time2Start, Hawa Dramé shares her take on inclusive entrepreneurship as an avenue for individual and community development, and how she is working to capture this potential.
Prof. Louis-David Benyayer takes a look at a scientific paper claiming that although it has bad press, uncertainty can be turned into a performance lever.
James Wight shares how he went from being stuck on a rowing boat in the middle of the Pacific to founding a company dedicated to responsible adventures.
Sports and entrepreneurship are about achievement, team spirit and persistence – and for both, pitches are essential.
In this interview, Prof. Martin Kupp explains why he decided to co-found a start-up aiming to make clean energy reliable and affordable with an EMBA student, and thus contribute to moving deep tech out of the lab.
Prof. Terence Tse argues that AI could provide more accurate and timelier ESG-related data, which could in turn help improve the various ESG indices and enable investors to make more informed investment decisions in companies that are truly ESG-compliant.
Jonathan Anguelov launched Aircall in 2014 with his co-founder Olivier Pailhes. Were they thinking they would revolutionise the way people make phone calls back then? Maybe. What they could not foresee was the way a global pandemic would likely change forever how we work and communicate.
In 2018, Giulia Colangeli and her sister Caterina decided to re-open the family liqueur factory originally founded by their great-great-grandfather in 1937. Giulia tells us about Chinzari and the challenges ahead for her family business.
Profs. Alisa Sydow and Francesco Rattalino teamed up to explain why and how entrepreneurs can steal a page from the European family firm book to transform the Covid-19 crisis into opportunities and write a more sustainable future.