Creativity will separate those who thrive in the knowledge economy from those who lose their jobs to robots, we are told. But how do you fire up your creative process? Ahead of the summer break, people from fields as diverse as private equity, academia and the arts tell us how they foster ideas.
EnterpriseJungle’s co-founder has been awarded an MBE (Member of the British Empire) for Services to Entrepreneurship in the Queen’s 2016 Birthday Honours List.
Joanne Frearson talks to Emma Sinclair, one of the nominees shortlisted for the UCL/Business Reporter award, about how there’s more to entrepreneurship than business.
For assistance setting up its alumni platform, SAP enlisted EnterpriseJungle, said Mike Ettling, President of SAP’s SuccessFactors Unit.
“Something has clicked within the start-up ecosystem” says Emma Sinclair, co-founder of EnterpriseJungle and the youngest woman in the United Kingdom to take a company public at the age of 29. “The symbiosis between large corporates and start-ups is now critical if Europe is to gain the competitive edge….”
EnterpriseJungle join hundreds of Britain’s most successful start-up founders to lobby the Prime Minister to shelve plans to clamp down on skilled migrants and why the immigration clampdown will hurt UK technology start-ups.
EnterpriseJungle’s co-founder Emma Sinclair on why further education can foster entrepreneurial thinking.
James Sinclair on why the market for enterprise startups is bigger, more in demand, easier and a safer bet than a consumer startup. Period.
Two hundred posters are appearing on the London Underground today, all of which have been purchased by female entrepreneurs and woman-led start-ups in the UK, to support MicroLoan Foundation – the charity that enables women in Malawi and Zambia to work their way out of poverty. Four of those belong to enterprise software company EnterpriseJungle.