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News

  • Startup Odyssey, discussion with Kurt F. Heiar 22.06.17

    15/06/2017
    We invite you to an open discussion with Kurt F. Heiar, lecturer and lead instructor at the University of Iowa – John Pappajohn Entrepreneurial Center, on the opportunities and challenges presented to entrepreneurs of tomorrow! Free...
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  • “5th cycle of the Innovative Youth Entrepreneurship Programme open for submissions egg – enter•grow•go Programme”

    20/02/2017
    With the aim of supporting innovative youth entrepreneurship, for the 5th consecutive year, Eurobank, in cooperation with Corallia, continues to offer young ambitious entrepreneurs the possibility of implementing their innovative business plans...
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  • The 4th cycle of egg - enter•grow•go is about to begin!

    22/02/2016
    The 4th cycle of egg - enter•grow•go is about to begin! Apply by April 4, 4 pm Do you have an innovative idea that you believe can be turned into a successful business? Bring it to egg! We have the means to help you get it off the...
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Articles

  • 3 Things You Don't Really Need to Be a Great Leader

    22/11/2013
    Sometimes the things you think you need will lead you down the wrong path. Here's what you need to know. Article By Les McKeown More
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  • Is Feedback Overrated?

    22/11/2013
    What do Nelson Mandela, Steve Jobs, John Lennon and the Beatles, Mahatma Gandhi, Howard Schultz, Abraham Lincoln, Michelle Kwan, Thomas Edison, Beethoven, Steven Spielberg, Marilyn Monroe, Walt Disney, Soichiro Honda, Charles Darwin and Michael Jordan have in common?  Article by Rajeev Peshawaria More
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  • These Are The Latest Startup Funding Trends, According To The Valley's Most Influential Startup Investor

    22/11/2013
    Startup accelerators like Y Combinator, 500 Startups, and TechStars are churning out young companies left and right.  Some people say there are too many startups and not enough investors to support them. But Y Combinator founder and investor Paul Graham is more optimistic. Article by Megan Rose Dickey More
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