A group of female Asian entrepreneurs, who have had enough of the growing sexual harassment scandals in Silicon Valley, have taken it upon themselves to do something to help address the problem.
Meltwater’s Tammy Cho and Grace Choi recently teamed up with their friend Annie Shin, a software engineer to create Betterbrave.com, a helpful guide for those who have experienced sexual harassment and abuse at work.
In an effort to lure in top talent, the southern Chinese city of Shenzhen is baiting millions of dollars for innovative minds to move to the area.
Scholars and professionals who transfer to Shenzhen are eligible to apply to the government for a one-time payment of $928,000, nearly six million yuan, Forbes reported. According to local media, Shenzhen is willing to put out over $680 million or 4.4 billion yuan in 2016 to maintain its standing as China’s top entrepreneurial city.
What is it like to attend an event where all the world’s “top young entrepreneurs” gather to mingle and costs over $1,000 to attend? We braved the sweltering L.A. heat to find out at the annual Kairos Summit in Hollywood this week.
Tickets for the event, which were reportedly sold out, cost $1,300. Around 600 people attended this year. Of course, as a publication that draws millions of readers a month, we got in for free with media passes.
A common question I get all the time: what is the biggest mistake young entrepreneurs are making?
They’re building businesses that only work during the best-case market scenarios.
Simon Cowell is back at it — this time, however, technology talent is what he is searching for.
In an age when technology reigns supreme, dynamic digital talent is more essential than it has ever been before.
Do you ever wonder how some of the world’s most successful entrepreneurs and CEOs start out their day?
Some morning routines are similar — successful people always tend to wake up at the crack of dawn and exercise, but can you guess who goes on a 50-mile bike ride through the countryside and who swims around their private island in the morning?
When it comes to millennial entrepreneurs, there are really only two kinds: the rich kids and the poor kids. It’s seen as the difference between “wantrepreneurs” and real entrepreneurs — the delusional and the disruptive. No, not every entrepreneur born with money is a bad egg, but it’s always been easier to hate on those who have more advantages than others. How much truth is behind the stereotypes?
Every entrepreneur is after only one thing- success. Whether it’s business success, success in changing the world, or financial success, it is the end all for any startup. But how do you know you will be successful? The majority of entrepreneurs out there fail, again and again, before they either quit or finally reach their goals.
You can always tell when others will probably be successful mainly by their personality, but when it comes to yourself, it helps to have a checklist of sorts. Here are fifteen qualities that all entrepreneurs who will be successful must have; if you find some of these traits in yourself, chances are you are going to be pretty successful someday.