Entries by Axel Schultze

Accelerator Open for Applications

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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Beginning @ Nothing

There is this one moment when an idea is created. Almost magically thoughts that may gravitate around a problem finds enough relevant experiences, pictures and emotions at one point in time and presents an “idea” that contains a possible solution. It’s a chemical process inside our brain, and actually has no connection to the real […]

World Innovations Forum – simply amazing

A 3 day global online live event Today we concluded an amazing 3 day innovation and entrepreneurship power play. Over 500 attendees from over 40 countries joined the online live event and in local ‘public viewing’ events. Albania, Argentina, Australia, Austria, Azerbaijan, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, Denmark, El  Salvador, Germany, Ghana,  Greece, Hong Kong, Hungary, India, Israel, Italy, Japan, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Macedonia,  Nepal, Netherlands, Nigeria,  Mexico, Norway, Peru, Portugal, Romania, Russia, Singapore, South Korea, Sweden, Switzerland,  Taiwan, Ukraine, United kingdom, United States, Uzbekistan, Vietnam. From physical to digital […]

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Why today’s human minds are incapable to outperform AI

Today we may debate whether or not a robot will ever be superior to a human. Superiority has many angels. And a robot may not catch all of them. But in the basic work life, it is different. And maybe one robot may not be as good as a human – but a whole range […]

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