This article debunks misconceptions about press for startups and offers tactics for how to better engage with the press to accurately represent your company.
With the tech advances that are presently on the horizon, not only low-skilled jobs are at risk; so are the jobs of knowledge workers.
Vivek WadhwaJuly 24, 2015
We have proven technology that enables us to solve big problems like climate change, but what we need is innovation in the business model—driven by entrepreneurs.
Jigar ShahOctober 29, 2014
We constantly see social networking apps being funded in the news, but what real social and economic progress have we seen from social media and what industries are going to drive this progress in the future?
Jigar ShahOctober 9, 2014
Social entrepreneur has become a term to describe a class of individuals creating sustainable solutions for social problems, but why shouldn't we use the term?
Teju RavilochanOctober 8, 2014
Myths abound when it comes to categorizing personality traits of an entrepreneur – data makes it clear, successful entrepreneurs come from all backgrounds.
Vivek WadhwaSeptember 19, 2014
The world has problems. Big problems. They need big answers, ambitious projects and innovative solutions.…
Ken BanksSeptember 18, 2014
What began as the study of how individuals make decisions is revealing that we humans are not actually the freethinking individuals we believe ourselves to be.
Cheryl HellerAugust 6, 2014
Experts are the greatest inhibitors of innovation—the ones who shouldn’t be listened to. Peter Diamandis says it best: “An expert is someone who can tell you exactly how it can’t be done.”
Vivek WadhwaAugust 4, 2014
So many people in startup land go with the crowd and, thus, create the umm-teenth version of something that already exists. The supposedly smarter ones go against the crowd, which is not much better, as their theory of change is simply based on negating what everybody else is doing.
Pascal FinetteJuly 22, 2014