This EdTech startup shows if you don’t constantly iterate your product based on field research and user input, you'll have a perfect product with no business model.
The fastest growing and most disruptive companies—Google, Amazon, Uber, AirBnb and eBay—aren’t focused on selling products, they are building platforms.
Vivek WadhwaApril 13, 2016
Income equality is not going to improve anytime soon; technology is about to make things much worse. This is something we need to be prepared for.
Vivek WadhwaMarch 23, 2016
The more people able to see our planet from space, the better off we all are. Former NASA astronaut is helping build the commercial spaceflight industry.
Ron GaranMarch 3, 2016
In 2011, the UN declared internet access a basic human right. Región Digital wants to bring that right to rural Mexico—and shake up big telecom monopolies.
Brittany LaneJanuary 13, 2016
A broad range of technologies reached a tipping point in 2015—we just have to be careful to use it for bettering mankind rather than for holding it back.
Vivek WadhwaJanuary 1, 2016
What happens when the hottest technology changes? This entrepreneur advises to not get hung up on the device your solution may be on for now.
Toni MaravigliaDecember 17, 2015
For many Mexicans, the nearest clinic can be over an hour away, making medical attention inconvenient. This company connects patients and doctors virtually.
Brittany LaneDecember 15, 2015
This ethical fashion entrepreneur believes that in order to change the world, we need to change the systems that run it. Read this to see what you can do.
Gwendolyn FloydDecember 10, 2015
The global balance of power will shift as a result of clean technologies and digital manufacturing. Which countries will take advantage of it?
Vivek WadhwaNovember 27, 2015
The number of Africans aged 14-25 is growing and buying phones. If investors turn their attention away from this tech market, they will miss out.
Toni MaravigliaNovember 17, 2015
Ten million Ugandans lack access to clean water. The company SPOUTS of Water created an affordable ceramic filter that doesn't rely on foreign aid.
Cayte BoslerOctober 26, 2015
In Kenya with a population of 45 million, 17.5 million lack safe water. With its unique technology, Susteq makes water kiosks more innovative and effective.
Cayte BoslerOctober 16, 2015