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Are you ready for the emotional rollercoaster?

Are you ready for the emotional rollercoaster?

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It may seem a minor issue, but one of the biggest challenges that young entrepreneurs have to face is dealing with their emotions. The rush of big expectations, the fear of failure, of what society will think... even the fear of losing personal freedom make, all togheter, a cocktail of feelings and emotions that is not easy to ride and that can either take the entrepreneur to pure euphoria of complete depression. 

If you want to know how to deal with the psychological aspect of entrepreneurship, don't miss this video!

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Planning and insurance for the self-employed in France

Planning and insurance for the self-employed in France

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Even though they are contributors to Social Security, the self-employed and freelances in France do not benefit from all of the social protection with adequate health coverage. 

Artists, merchants, professionals and even entrepreneurs, self-employed are all listed as those who contribute to the Social Security Regime;  a specific regime which is associated with specific social protection. 

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Are you afraid of failing?

Are you afraid of failing?

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Every entrepreneur that we've the chance to interview admitted that, at some point, was afraid of something. It's normal to have fears when you are going to start up. Actually, we've identified 7 main fears that entrepreneurs have to face. How do they do? This video will show you some strategies! 

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FIRES, A Society for Entrepreneurship Research

FIRES, A Society for Entrepreneurship Research

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Europe faces many challenges. And it will continue to do so. If there is anything we know for sure it is that the future is uncertain. The best way to prepare Europe for that uncertain future is to enhance its flexibility, resilience and adaptability. This is also true for the European economy. This calls for a strategy that will make Europe more entrepreneurial. In the FIRES project we advocate Financial and Institutional Reforms for the Entrepreneurial Society.

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How can companies protect themselves against outstanding payments?

How can companies protect themselves against outstanding payments?

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Factoring can be a profitable alternative for the founders of a business. The founder will quickly have access to cash funds and will no longer depend on banks and also have secured their debts. It should be added that due to outsourcing of accounts receivable management, work in the office is reduced. This allows more time for important remaining tasks within the startup such as moving forward with the sale of your product or service.

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Is there enough girl power in tech?

Is there enough girl power in tech?

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As we have the opportunity to see, women are losing the fear to become entrepreneurs. That fear is also disappearing in the tech world, that it used to be a male terrain. Today, there are a good amount of women that have decide to start up in ICT. Some of those women talk about their experience in the next video. Are you going to miss it? 

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What makes a good logo?

What makes a good logo? Checklist included!

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What are the basics of a good logo?  You have to think about your business in a way to produce a symbol that makes a good impression at any size. A timeless design can be used for longer, which makes it easier to recognize throughout the years.  A strong dialogue with the graphic designer is the best base to start from, as we’ve previously mentioned, In this second part we’d like to point out some of the experiences that will help you achieve a convincing logo, which will allow you to prove if you’ve got a professional logo that reaches its maximum potential. 

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Is there an an age to start up?

Is there an an age to start up?

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Let's do an experiment. Close you eyes and try to picture a typical entrepreneur. What is it like? You probably have pictured somebody young, lets say between 20 and 35 years old, right? Why? Is there really a good age to start up? Does it mean that a teenager can't be an entrepreneur? Or an experimented 50 years old woman? What do you think? Watch what experts have to say about the age of entrepreneurship! 

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Doubting wether to startup in Europe or in The USA?

Doubting wether to startup in Europe or in The USA?

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It's becoming more and more common than young ICT entrepreneurs try to start up in the United States, more precisely, in Silicon Valley. Although it may seem very appealing, you don't need to cross the ocean to succeed as an entrepreneur. Watch what our experts in entrepreneurship have to say about this. 

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