Innovation 2.0: The economic lessons from Spain’s thriving tech sector image

One of the big economic challenges facing countries in the developed world is how to encourage growth in their start-up and tech companies after the global financial crisis highlighted an over reliance on financial services. Could some answers lie in Spain’s thriving tech sector and entrepreneurial spirit, which is helping the country rebound after a deep recession? In May, eBay’s acquisition of Spain’s Ticketbis, an online ticket market, for an undisclosed sum that was reported to be $165m, is the latest evidence of the country’s thriving technology sector. After a deep recession (http://www.forbes.com/places/spain/), which was triggered by the global financial crisis in 2008 and lasted until 2014, Spain is expected to soon become one of the fastest growing economies of ...

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Is Miami the next innovation capital? image

The possibility of turning Miami into Latin America’s technology capital sparks enthusiasm within local investors and entrepreneurs. Beyond these encouraging signs, the challenge lies in generating a stimulating environment that contributes to innovative The possibility of turning Miami into Latin America’s technology capital sparks enthusiasm within local investors and entrepreneurs. Beyond these encouraging signs, the challenge lies in generating a stimulating environment that contributes to innovative ideas. By Silvina Moschini, @Miss_Internet Editor’s Note: Silvina Moschini is a specialized consultant in the areas of Technology, Internet Technology, Public Relations and Social Networking. She is co-founder of TransparentBusiness.com and Yandiki, Creative Talent in the Cloud. Can Miami become a sort of “Silicon Valley” with a Latin accent and sunshine? Or, to put ...

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Where one lives no longer defines where one works: One of the many reasons why we started Yandiki image

Listen up! I' like you to put your hearts in your heads for just a few minutes. Because that's where I see tomorrow's generation going, and where I think we should follow. Into a space where the heart is no longer bound by the logistics of the mind. In real terms, where workers are not bound by geographical constrains. Where people can build a career without relocating or conversely, as was my case, where people can relocate, if they wish to pursue a higher quality of life on a different part of the world. Essentially, its where it makes sense to do what you love, where you love to be. The millennials of Today' world are taking charge of how they define work for themselves, ...

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