Posts Tagged ‘entrepreneurship’

Week 27 – London. This week we have travelled to White City to explore the ambitious development of Imperial College London’s White City Campus and learn about the Imperial White City Incubator and the translation and innovation hub, I-HUB. This interview with Marketing & Community Manager James Sheppard gives you an...

It was the last day of November and cold in Finland’s capital, Helsinki, but still, 15,000 people are travelling to the city for one and only reason. Why? The answer is SLUSH: Europe’s leading startup event!During this dark time of the year, Slush takes 15.ooo attendees and 1 million live stream viewers to the north...

The success of prominent female leaders is bringing more attention to women in the entrepreneurial environment. Women today are not only leading, but also launching startups in any type of industry ranging from fashion and ecommerce to careers and social networks. These movers and shakers are changing the face of...

When you hear the word ‘entrepreneur’, you may instantly think of big names such as Alan Sugar, Richard Branson, Mark Zuckerberg, Elon Musk and the many other giants that bestride the world of big business. These icons of business are often held up by the media as embodying the spirit of entrepreneurship. Yet...

We are thrilled to announce that this month eOffice is launching The Founders Series – our tailored event for entrepreneurs, startups, and professionals with ideas, offering them the chance to meet some of the most successful founders of prominent companies in London. Organized in a small group of 20 to 30 people,...

Bob Metcalfe led invention, standardization, and commercialization of the Ethernet local-area networking system for personal computers. In this discussion, Metcalfe is joined by Cisco Senior Vice President Kathy Hill to discuss his experiences in the technology industry, life lessons and current passions. A...

Jerry Kaplan talks about what he believes are the Five Biggest mistakes commonly made by Entrepreneurs.

Advice from Britain’s entrepreneurial hub – including Peter Jones from BBC’s Dragon’s Den