If the economy surrounding creativity were a product, it would have the fifth greatest volume of business in the world. We will explore the potential of the goods and services related to creativity – the so-called Orange Economy.
The scientist, Boston’s MIT professor and IoT expert, uses the term “enchanted objects” to illustrate his vision of the Internet of Things, and holds that our relationship with these objects will be more natural than with our smartphones.
BBVA Global Head of Talent and Culture Ricardo Forcano visited the IESE Barcelona campus to share with the MBA candidates his impressions regarding the very special moment that the banking industry is currently undergoing.
Startups multiply in the form of mobile apps as a digital platform, market place, etc. But is there always a personal project behind startups? Sometimes they do, sometime they don’t. Some time ago company builders came about, companies that provide vital support and all the necessary resources to develop new startups.
How did the sharing economy become a phenomenon? The initial idea – communities that share resources to improve services and limit the environmental impact of their actions – has evolved and reemerged in recent years thanks to the success of startups such as Uber, Airbnb or Taskrabbit. We asked some experts to help us understand why.
As an employee of the National Entrepreneurship Institute (Inadem), Tortajada gives us an overview of the efforts being made by the public sector to support entrepreneurship in the country. She explains that strong alliances have been made with the private sector to reinforce the entrepreneurial and innovative ecosystem in Mexico. She is one of the 33 Mexican innovators interviewed for the eBook ‘Hablan los protagonistas’ (The key players speak).