Tech Conference

  1. ENTREPRENEURSHIP
Lathika S. Pai, Country Head, Microsoft for Startups, MENA and SAARC, was a speaker at Women in Tech Conference (Asia); a supercharged platform that brings together Asia’s leading female innovators, celebrating diversity in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics What resources you know that are out there to support women as they grow start-ups? I’ve been […]
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  2. ENTREPRENEURSHIP
  3. INTERVIEWS
Amarit and his brother launched Thailand’s first and largest coworking space, HUBBA. What’s your story? My co-founder and brother Charle and I have worked together for 7 years since late 2011 to launch HUBBA, Thailand’s 1st and largest coworking space network and community. We also spun off a subsidiary, Techsauce in 2015. Techsauce (https://www.techsauce.co/en) is […]
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(This is one in a series of articles and interviews about conscious business leadership, which is about leaders creating and promoting workplaces of understanding, honesty, and compassion, for the betterment of their employees, their community, their organization and world.) How do you use crowdsourcing to solve world problems? MIT has found a way. Here, I […]
  1. ENTREPRENEURSHIP
  2. STARTUPS
Lessons from Collision … (Collision is the Tech Conference in Tony Hsieh’s Downtown Project, Las Vegas. It took place at the World Market Center Pavilions May 5-6 2015) If you can consider pitching a startup like a dance between a man (the investor) and a woman (you, the startup leader), then these tongue-in-cheek references to […]

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This article was originally published here: Neelu Kaur – Founder of Neelu Kaur Leadership + Wellness Neelu Kaur has found her ideal role helping others in their aspirations. What’s your story? My work is at the intersection of leadership and wellness. I help individuals, teams, and organizations be more productive, peaceful, and purposeful. What excites […]

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New research by the Reuters Institute and Oxford University looks at the effect of tools such as aggregators, search engines and social networks on people’s information diet, concluding that their use tends, in general, to generate more diverse sources than when we simply visit our preferred media pages. A conclusion that, in principle, would challenge Eli Pariser’s well-known theories regarding […]

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I highly recommend reading the McKinsey Global Institute’s new report, “Reskilling China: Transforming The World’s Largest Workforce Into Lifelong Learners”, which focuses on the country’s biggest employment challenge, re-training its workforce and the adoption of practices such as lifelong learning to address the growing digital transformation of its productive fabric. How to transform the country […]

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