Tag Archive | global networked economy

Ranking: The 10 Best Startup Cities in America

Ranking: The 10 Best Startup Cities in America

San Francisco reclaims its spot at the top thanks to its renowned startup ecosystem. While the Bay Area has long been known for cultivating unicorns — Airbnb, Stripe, and Uber were all founded there — it’s also home to new, flourishing startups.”

via Inc.com

Globalization: Learn How to Adapt via Data Science

Globalization: Learn How to Adapt via Data Science

The rise of technology is introducing opportunities and obstacles for global and domestic companies alike. Five years ago the free flow of data contributed $2.8 trillion to the global economy, a figure that could reach $11 trillion by 2025.

via World Economic Forum

A Dynamic Learner in the Global Networked Economy

A Dynamic Learner in the Global Networked Economy

“Continuous education and self-improvement are imperative to keep up with work and life in a rapidly changing world. A book by Bradley Staats explains the benefits of dynamic learning and outlines the methods of becoming more effective as a lifelong learner.”

via World Economic Forum

Digital Trust: Currency of the Global Networked Economy

Digital Trust: Currency of the Global Networked Economy

“Trust is a currency, and every time a product or experience lets a person down, there is a breakdown in the value of that currency. As we enter an era of driverless cars and AI-powered speakers that provide us personalized advice, consumers are even betting their lives on trust in technology.”

via Nielsen

Startup Cities Transform the Global Networked Economy

Startup Cities Transform the Global Networked Economy

According to the 2019 Global Startup Ecosystem Report, the list shows Silicon Valley is at the top, but following it are New York City, London, Beijing, Boston, Tel Aviv, Los Angeles, Shanghai, Paris and Berlin.

via World Economic Forum

Better Cybersecurity in a Global Networked Economy

Better Cybersecurity in a Global Networked Economy

Investors can apply the six principles in their investment strategy and processes to improve cybersecurity in their portfolio companies, their innovation and to better protect their intellectual property – one of the most valuable assets of any innovative company.

via World Economic Forum

The U.S. Leads Top Acquirers in Payment Tech

The U.S. Leads Top Acquirers in Payment Tech

Three out of the top five M&A deal makers (in terms of volume) during 2014-2018 were from the U.S. market. Germany-based Wirecard AG and China-based Ant Financial Services Group were the two other companies featured in the top five list.

via GlobalData