Wow – that is a seriously difficult question, I was asked on Quora today. Difficult because we obviously see what those ideas do, who had them, and how they evolved. Still “Where do the best business ideas come from” in the first place? The short answer to where best ideas come from This question bugged […]

Welcome to a new world of innovation. Forget sitting down with a few fellow engineers to cook up some new solution. Chances are 1:1oo,000,000 that you come up with a disruptive and groundbreaking solution. Why should you? Why exactly now? Just because somebody expects that from you? Not in a million years. This is not […]

DISTURBING THOUGHTS Since the industrial revolution, young and up and coming companies pushed their older and bigger competitors to the wall, but those established companies usually fought back with even better solutions. And we all learned “competition is great for a market” – but that is changing. In the past 20 years, disruptive startups, like […]

Our world brings ever more new products to markets. And the growing population and their different needs and desires add an extra layer of complexity to the new product world. Products get faster copied than ever before but at the same time adjusted to the local needs. Uber could not catch up with the fast […]

When we launched our first Accelerator Program, in San Francisco in April 2014, little did we know that we may end up as an innovation development organization. While we had great successes helping our startups thrive, and was named one of the top 100 most influential accelerators in the world, already one year later, in […]

The Growth Accelerator and the brand new Entrepreneurs Academy are now open for applications. Lots of news: Updated Growth Accelerator Program New Entrepreneurs Academy Partnership with World Innovations Forum Updated Growth Accelerator Program we added a new session INNOVATIVE THINKING based on our experience with “Disruptive Business Model Development”. It’s all about thinking out of […]

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