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Tech start-ups: the last refuge of Spanish optimism

Half of Spain’s youth are unemployed, and yet at the Wayra business start-up project on Madrid’s majestic Gran Via avenue, young people buzz around an office chatting animatedly, typing furiously and holding up trails of wire and computer parts. These are Spain’s technology entrepreneurs, and they’re positive about the future – even as Prime Minister
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6 Tips on Innovation from ‘Treps in Emerging

“Jugaad” is a Hindi word that loosely translates as “the gutsy art of overcoming harsh constraints by improvising an effective solution using limited resources.” It’s a unique approach to innovation and it’s how entrepreneurs are driving exponential growth in emerging markets like India, China, Brazil and Africa. Jugaad is an antidote to the complexity that
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4 Start-Up Accounting Tips for the Young Trep

Unless you’re an accountant, the word “accounting” probably strikes fear in your heart — or a little bit of nervousness, at least. For young entrepreneurs, the feeling is probably amplified. After all, poor bookkeeping out of the gate not only can set a project back in the short term, it can really come back to
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