Tags: Financial Fears

Andreas Kuckertz

I don’t recommend postponing entrepreneurship, says professor Kuckertz

FACE Entrepreneurship

*Part two of a two-part series.  To read the first part of the interview with Andreas Kuckertz, co-author of “Do you plead guilty? Exploring entrepreneurs’ sensemaking-behavior link after business failure”, click here.

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FACE London. What about my money?

FACE London made it obvious: Don't hide your failures, show them off as part of your experience

FACE Entrepreneurship

Earlier last week, part of the FACE Entrepreneurship team traveled to London. No, the reason wasn´t a pre-holiday shopping session, it was to host the second FACE Entrepreneurship event.

Wayra UK´s headquarters welcomed us with open arms and thanks to the entire team out there (special thanks to Reijo Pold and Ryan), we felt very much at home. Thursday November 19th was the chosen date for our second entrepreneurial rendezvous ever since the launch of the campaign back in October.

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Elina Räsänen Interview

How to convince these who can give you financial support: the other side of entrepreneurship

FACE Entrepreneurship

Elina Räsänen is currently the Head of Marketing and Communications at Holvi, an online banking system for business owners, based in Finland. We got a chance to speak to her briefly at out launch event in South Summit 15 Madrid.  She has previous experience as an advisor for expanding Finnish businesses in the UK and abroad, helping them to set up physical presence, find subsidiaries, contracts, agents, investors, and open offices. She’s worked with both large and small companies including one of the largest mobile phone service providersof Finland as well as several online gaming companies. 

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Daniel Araújo, from Attentive.us

Why work for the largest Internet search engine when you can have your own startup?

FACE Entrepreneurship

We sometimes get the feeling that entrepreneurship is the path taken by professionals who do not end up finding work in their respective fields: in a particularly difficult job market, starting a business can seem like the perfect solution for many young Europeans. That is one side of entrepreneurship; the other side is made up of entrepreneurs like Daniel Araújo, a Portuguese data analyst who decided to leave his secure job in one of the most important companies in the world, Google, to found his own startup.  He went from a glamorous job at the largest search engine in the United Kingdom to developing his own ICT business, ‘Attentive.us’, a platform that offers real-time information about clients, businesses and markets to professionals in practically all areas.  

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