3 Critical Elements to Successfully Lead a Remote Team

The significant momentum of cloud computing over the past decade has transformed the modern workplace from a static environment contained within four walls to a dynamic entity, bringing employees together across cities, time zones and even cultures. And amid the current coronavirus crisis, the shift to remote work has increased drastically, as millions find themselves … Continue reading “3 Critical Elements to Successfully Lead a Remote Team”

German AI startup Luminovo raises over €2M in pre-seed round to reinvent processes in electronics industry

Munich-based AI company Luminovo has raised over €2 million in a pre-seed financing round with support from venture capital firms including Cherry Ventures and La Famiglia. The startup aims to redefine how electronic circuit boards are brought from an idea to market. The team is also joined by Hanno Renner (CEO and co-founder of Personio) … Continue reading “German AI startup Luminovo raises over €2M in pre-seed round to reinvent processes in electronics industry”

How to Start a Business from Scratch: 24 Steps to Becoming Operational

Starting a business is daunting. There is so much to think about and so much to do. It’s hard enough trying to figure out how to build and grow a business. The last thing you want to think about is figuring out how to put together an operating agreement or pick the right accounting system. … Continue reading “How to Start a Business from Scratch: 24 Steps to Becoming Operational”

4 Myers-Briggs Personality Combos that Make Great Teams

Any team is comprised of people with different personality types — and this is what you want. If you are the founder or CEO of your company, you’ll want to take an analytical approach to your team — by putting the right combination of people together. Because some differences are more subtle than others, using … Continue reading “4 Myers-Briggs Personality Combos that Make Great Teams”

Getting Schooled – Lessons from an Adjunct

This post previously appeared in Poets and Quants I’ve been an adjunct professor for nearly two decades. Here’s what I’ve learned. Colleges and universities that offer entrepreneurs the opportunity to teach innovation and entrepreneurship classes may benefit from a more formal onboarding process. The goal would be six-fold: Integrate adjuncts as partners with their entrepreneurship … Continue reading “Getting Schooled – Lessons from an Adjunct”

5 Keys To The Startup Mindset Required For Breakthrus

As an entrepreneur advisor, I am surprised at how often I hear the same or very similar proposals of an incremental innovation to an existing process, versus a really new or breakthrough solution. If you are seriously looking to start the next billion-dollar startup, you need to get beyond the realm of enhancing a current … Continue reading “5 Keys To The Startup Mindset Required For Breakthrus”

Unlock the mysterious discounts to hit milestones in your business

Nobody likes missing out on something greatly big. This applies too for the customers who look for perfect clone solutions for their online businesses. Appkodes now announces limited-time offers for all its readymade clone solutions. These amazing product discounts will certainly play a key role in boosting online businesses. The customers can enjoy up to … Continue reading “Unlock the mysterious discounts to hit milestones in your business”

It’s OK to Take a Break-Even if You’re an Entrepreneur

There seems to be a serious epidemic among entrepreneurs. Whether you’re a rookie or seasoned vet, there’s a mentality that we have to work more than 40 hours per week. There are times when that’s the case. Let’s say that you’re launching a new product or service. You should definitely expect to be putting in … Continue reading “It’s OK to Take a Break-Even if You’re an Entrepreneur”

Managing Gen Z Employees: A Detailed Guide

If Gen Z employees are the latest hype at the workplace, then people who handle them are probably going to be the most successful employers ever. But what if they don’t want to be handled? Then, you start managing them. Well, easier said than done. Even though Generation Z is marking its presence across various … Continue reading “Managing Gen Z Employees: A Detailed Guide”

ZeBrand Automated Brand Identity Development Startup Moves to New York

Upstart AI-driven Brand Development startup ZeBrand, a Japanese startup developed by a hundred-yea-rold type foundry, is relocating to New York. The company, which uses deep machine learning to simplify the branding process for new businesses, is aiming to expand into the global  English-speaking design market. ZeBrand’s service is unique, offering users the ability to quickly … Continue reading “ZeBrand Automated Brand Identity Development Startup Moves to New York”