Rainforest Rev: Who Created the Economy?


Who Created The Economy?

Economic prosperity was an evolutionary phenomenon. The more people trade and the more they divide labour, the more they are working for each other. The more they work for each other, the higher their living standards. The consequence of the division of labour is an immense web of cooperation among strangers. Read more…

The Dawn Of The “Craft Economy”?

Innovation Observer
Small companies can now compete with larger players, and even disrupt them with the ferocity not imagined just a few decades ago. The real question of today is how small and large companies can work together to ensure global economic growth through innovation. Read more…

How The Arts Add To Urban Economies

The Atlantic
A recent study finds substantial evidence that performing arts organizations can help cities attract talent, spur innovation, and grow their economies. These organizations can be the proxy for the broader creative and cultural climate of a city. Read more…

To Succeed As An Entrepreneur, Focus On The 5 Golden Priorities

Five priorities to serve as entrepreneurial groundwork: innovation, profitability, cash flow, culture and improvement. Read more…


The Surprising Startup Hub That’s Second Only to Silicon Valley

The Nordic countries, particularly Sweden, have the highest percentage of unicorns per capita in the world, and have developed more successful brand-name billion-dollar startups. Read more…

How A Nation Of Tech Copycats Transformed Into A Hub For Innovation

China’s old attitude has been swept aside by a surge in prosperity. There is a new level of confidence and boldness in the country’s young urban techies. Read more…

Despite Unrest, The Israeli Tech Ecosystem Is Flourishing

Tech Crunch
Global capital is streaming into Israel, despite the regional instability. The Israeli venture ecosystem has more than doubled in two years. Read more…

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