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Considering the entrepreneurship path? - In these intereviews, young European entrepreneurs attending #UnConv14 tell us their experience. Questions like: What is it like to run your own business? What set of skills do you need? And can everyone be an entrepreneur? 7 young people, with different professional backgrounds and profiles, came from all across Europe to share their insights on the main challenges and aspects that one has to bear in mind when setting up a business. Interviews were held on the occasion of the StartUp Europe Roadshow closing event, organised on the second day of UNCONVENTION 2014. More info about startups & entrepreneurship: http://ow.ly/EcWsa
Stories of migrants from Africa, and their often tragic, painful experience as they cross the Mediterranean into Europe have dominated the news lately. Migrants from North Africa, Eritrea, Ethiopia and Somalia are not alone in paying a high price to chase their dreams elsewhere. However, for one entrepreneur in Kenya the West was anything but rosy. She found her dream right here, at her doorstep.
A l’âge de 9 ans, Jordan commença à apprendre à faire du coding et du programming grâce à des vidéos en ligne. Il lança ses deux premières applications : Teachware et Caseygames. Grace à son jeune âge, les médias se sont vite intéressés à lui et à ses applications. Alien ball vs Humans a même fait le top 1 des « Game Chats » sur itunes au-dessus de Minecrafts. C’est à partir de ses 12 ans que Jordan commença un vrai business. Jordan a eu la chance de trouver son Nord très tôt, c’est un entrepreneur dans l’âme. Il aime ce qu’il fait et invite tous ceux qui ont trouvé une passion, de se lancer malgré leur âge : « Don’t let your age hold you back » Jordan nous vient tout droit d’Irlande. C’est le plus jeune entrepreneur d’Europe. Du haut de ses 15ans, il a d’autres préoccupations que les jeu...
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In 2012, Guillaume Capelle founded SINGA to help refugees find work and acclimate to their new homes in Europe. Subscribe to FORBES: https://www.youtube.com/user/Forbes?sub_confirmation=1 Stay Connected Forbes on Facebook: http://fb.com/forbes Forbes Video on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/forbesvideo Forbes Video on Instagram: http://instagram.com/forbesvideo More From Forbes: http://forbes.com Forbes covers the intersection of entrepreneurship, wealth, technology, business and lifestyle with a focus on people and success.
Julie Meyer is one of the leading champions for entrepreneurship in Europe. With over 20 years investment and advisory experience helping start-up businesses, she is the well known founder & CEO of Ariadne Capital, co- founder and Managing Partner of the Ariadne Capital Entrepreneurs Fund, founder of Entrepreneur Country and co-founder of First Tuesday. Julie has added a successful media career to her business commitments, recently joining BBC's Online Dragon's Den, in addition to her regular contributions to Business Week, Computing, FT Digital Business & Spectator Business. She sits on the Boards of INSEAD, Medikidz, Vestergaard Frandsen and Jellybook. In 2011, she was asked to be on the Secretary of State's Entrepreneurs Panel and the Secretary of Health's Innovation Panel. In 2012,...
Over the past five years, Google for Entrepreneurs has brought together a group of top startups from around the world to Silicon Valley to showcase their technology and meet top investors and mentors. This event will be our first Demo Day outside the U.S., aimed at bringing the best startups from across Europe to London to pitch to investors.
Estonia is a pioneering country in many fields, some might even call it the Silicon Valley of Europe. Companies like Skype and TransferWise were both created here. This is surprising given that just 30 years ago, this country was part of the Soviet Unión! Did you enjoy our video? Click the 'subscribe' button and stay tuned for our new videos every week! Related links: Estonia - The Skype Effect: http://www.bbc.com/news/technology-36286157 Estonian e-Residency: https://e-estonia.com/e-residents/about/ Russia accused of unleashing cyberwar to disable Estonia: https://www.theguardian.com/world/2007/may/17/topstories3.russia
Âgé de 15 ans, ce jeune Irlandais a déjà créé deux sociétés. Il a appris à programmer à 9 ans et a déjà été invité pour des dizaines de conférences partout dans le monde. Jordan Casey a accepté de nous faire visiter sa chambre.
Starting and developing a hub to enable, support, connect and inspire social entrepreneurship. A clear methodology, tested in the UK and Slovenia, and developed in partnership with organisations from Greece and Bulgaria, EuroHUb is a great innovation to support social support.
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"This journey of entrepreneurship is about survival. We need to survive towards the end. We all have basic instincts of survival and survival requires us to innovative thinking" "There's an entrepreneur in all of us. In the morning when we decide to take a road not taken, we're engaging in a small act of entrepreneurship. This journey of entrepreneurship is about choices: the right ones and the wrong ones. It's about perspectives: optimistic and pessimistic. It's about learning to fail and making failure and it's also about learning without a title" "I myself have failed many times, learning everyday. I have not yet started my own company but today I'd like to call myself an entrepreneur" Help us caption&translate this video! https://amara.org/en/videos/NUlpzBxj1f0Y/
At TransFuture Festival - a must for those interested in energy - Energy Academy Europe hosted their final Energy Lecture of the year. The speak of choice? Jan Pieter Versluijs, successful energy entrepreneur and co-founder of Solar Monkey. Jan Pieter gave us his insight into what makes a successful energy entrepreneur, as well as his reasons for entering the field.
Today in Europe, social businesses employ more than 11 million people, 6% of all workers. What are their aims, their needs and what obstacles do they face in Europe? Nobel Peace Prize winner M. Yunus, microcredit specialist Maria Nowak, social investment pioneer Sir R. Cohen and social entrepreneurs answer these questions and speak about the Social Business Initiative, the new plan launched by the European Commission to promote social business. To know more about the initiative launched by the European Commission, see: http://ec.europa.eu/internal_market/social_business
North vs. South is an event co-organized by ESADE Business School (Barcelona) and Aalto University (Helsinki) in the wake of the signed strategic partnership to offer support in the form of training to entrepreneurs committed to using innovation to start new businesses. The panel, held on the 4YFN of the Mobile World Congress, proposes discussing the challenges facing entrepreneurs committed to innovation and comparing views from southern and northern Europe. Two renowned professors from ESADE (Javier santiso) and Aalto (Will Cardwell) with exhaustive knowledge of the European ecosystem, as well as the testimonials of two highly successful entrepreneurs (Pere Vallès and Kristo Ovaska), shared their fears and successes and discussed the challenges and problems facing mobile entrepreneurs...
Success Story || Migrant Entrepreneur in Europe || Part 1 Success Story || Migrant Entrepreneur in Europe || Part 2 The story of an Arab origin international entrepreneur based in Debrecen Hungary Europe. Mr. #Abo_Ahmad is running Halal Restaurant in Debrecen successfully. Mr.#Ishtiaq_Ahmed and #Syed_Zaheer_Abbas_Kazmi are jointly conducting the interview. Mr. #Raza_Parvi had agreat camera work CONNECT WITH Syed Zaheer Abbas Kazmi (Abu Hamza Kazmi): --------------------------- - Abu Hamza Kazmi: https://www.facebook.com/AbuHamzaKazmi/ - Official Youtube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCFKPx- YKNW4OhKXTJ3Wv0Hw?view_as=public - Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/eshippakistan - Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/32276... - Website : http://www.eshipdevelopment....
SUBSCRIBE: https://www.youtube.com/user/StartupGrind Eric Schmidt talks about the challenges of being a bootstrapped entrepreneur and still hiring great talent. STARTUP GRIND: https://www.startupgrind.com/ GLOBAL CONFERENCE: https://www.startupgrind.com/conference/ TWITTER: https://twitter.com/StartupGrind FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/StartupGrind/ INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/startup/
More videos at http://www.andalusianstories.com Francisco Ruiz manages Xarki, an agro-enterprise that was started in the forties in Vélez Málaga. Last year the invoiced three million euros thanks to the commercialization of avocados, mangos, chestnuts and kumquats. 95% of their production is mainly exported to the European Union. They have eco-certification and in the future they intend to enter the markets of East-Europe and the Middle East.
Aerogen CEO, John Power, was named the European Entrepreneur of the Year at the RSM Awards in Milan, Europe’s largest and most significant cross-sector business recognition programme. This award goes to the outstanding individual who can best demonstrate exceptional vision and leadership in the establishment and development of an owner-led business. The judges look for evidence of the identification of a market opportunity, the ability to organise and apply the resources, the ability to engage and inspire others and the commitment required to optimise the opportunity to achieve a very positive commercial outcome. On accepting the award John said “I am proud to accept this award on behalf of the entire Aerogen team. It is their dedication and that of the care givers around the world who ...