Incubator kitchens are shared-use cooking facilities that food entrepreneurs rent by the hour so that they may produce their product in a licensed kitchen. But often the physical space becomes secondary to the relationships incubators foster.
A 3-day event on the business of startups. Held in the historic Old Port of Montreal, it brings together industry veterans and fresh new faces, creative thinkers, experienced entrepreneurs and technologists from around the world.
Most of the time new start-up business is motivated by passion and a successful one would be able to bring people/company along this passion. FAB.com talks about how they do it through design. (http://www.inc.com)
A cloud based software that can monitor different kind of equipments (controllers for air-condition, for power, sensors for security, datacom equipments, etc) and provide simple and easy to use control and display for customers.
"Capturing entrepreneurial stories, today, for the entrepreneurs of tomorrow" is the tagline of REEL Entrepreneurs, a company that creates digital content to educate, inspire and support emerging entrepreneurs.
Resources from entrepreneurs for entrepreneurs. Not everyone can go to business school and be trained to start a successful company. Not everyone grows up in entrepreneurial centers such as Silicon Valley.
Nobody likes to fail but how a startup approaches failure will have a huge impact on its chances for success. Is it a culture that embraces this as a learning opportunity? Or does it ostracize those that took a risk?
Sandbox is a global community of extraordinary young achievers below 30. They identify exceptional people worldwide that already have an impressive impact at a very young age, no matter in what field or industry. Role models are among us!
I believe that we have so much stuff around more than sharing, selling and checking it out. What we fail to is manage OUR stuff. Let's co-create a system to solve this problem. The possibilities + opportunities are immense.
It is important to understand that failures ensure the way to success. For a start up such failures sometimes could be very disappointing and demotivating. But the never ending journey towards success and prosperity should never stop.
Social Innovation Camps help people create new technology startups that solve social or environmental problems through three month competitions culminating in weekend events where small teams build prototypes of new products and services.
This is a interesting interview with Kevin Ryan who is the former CEO of DoubleClick and the co-founder of Gilt Groupe, The Business Insider, and other companies. He mentioned lots of thing about entrepreneur.