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Once an enormously successful fintech start-up, Wirecard has plunged into crisis following the loss of €1.9 billion from balance sheets due to suspected fraud.
Big enterprises are creating workspace cultures designed to appeal to an Instagram generation in a bid to attract a new generation of contingent workers that value personal recognition over salary and are increasingly choosing start-ups…
With competition at its highest, start-ups need to think of new ways to engage with partners, investors, prospects and the media to make the message stick.
Entrepreneurs pitching ‘disruptive’ start-ups are 22% more likely to get funding, but receive 24% less investment than less risky ventures, according to new research from Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University (RSM).