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Aprender a ser emprendedor a los 12 años

Aprender a ser emprendedor a los 12 años

Dan Balter nació en Azula, un pequeña ciudad de la periferia de Israel en la que viven unas 40.000 personas. Hijo de padre uruguayo y madre argentina, a los 17 años creó una empresa que se dedicaba a la fabricación de vestimenta repelente de mosquitos, y a los 22 años la vendió por US$ 14 millones. Desde entonces, Balter inició otros negocios, como la compañía ATP que brinda servicios para reducir el impacto económico de las cancelaciones de vuelos en la industria de las aerolíneas comerciales, y es co-fundador y miembro del directorio de HYPE Foundation, una organización que busca promover el emprendedurismo y la innovación tecnológica en torno a los deportes.

We can say Youth Nation

We can say “Youth Nation”

In recent years, Israel has come to be known around the world as the “Startup Nation,” an appropriate title for the miraculous growth and success Israel’s economy. It produces more startups per-capita than China, India, Canada, Japan and the UK. Not only this, but it attracts twice as much venture-capital investment as the US and 30 times more than Europe. Israel’s economic capital, Tel Aviv, is considered to be one of the best environments for entrepreneurship in the world, second only to Silicon Valley.

Innovation 9 Things Companies Should Do

Innovation 9 Things Companies Should Do In Order to Keep Innovative Workers in their Organization

Many corporations suffer from a common disease called bureaucracy. This disease keeps them from dealing easily and swiftly with the ever-changing external environment that is our technologically and socially driven world today. This bureaucracy also leads to the frustration of many innovative and energized employees, filled with the drive to create, change, and develop, leading them to leave, and the company to lose valuable human capital. In order to deal with this, companies must foster a culture of innovation, both to keep their valued workers and to survive the dynamic environment.

The IDF Shoots Innovation

The IDF Shoots Innovation

While Israel is known for both its high volume of successful entrepreneurs and start-ups, the Israeli Defense Force (IDF) is known around the world for its rigorous training and exceptional members. Israel has a reputation as the “start-up nation,” producing more startups per-capita than China, India, Canada, Japan and the UK and attracting twice as much venture-capital investment as the US and 30 times more than Europe. And for those who are aware of international military power and skill, the IDF is a force to be reckoned with. Many non-Israelis do not realize that these two successes are inherently related and intertwined. The first-rate military training and experience that each and every Israeli citizen engages in is directly correlated with Israel’s innovative success.

Intrapreneurship and its Importance for Large Organizations

Intrapreneurship and its Importance for Large Organizations

Though the Intrapreneurship definition is argumentative, the concept of corporate intrapreneurship is generally believed to refer to the development of new ideas that can be divided to innovative ideas types such as: Disruptive and Incremental innovation.

This innovative opportunities lead directly to the improvement of organizational profitability and an enhancement of competitive position or the strategic regeneration of an existing business.