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Refugee Talent, a digital matching platform to assist refugees in finding work in Australia, emerged out of one of the Techfugee Sydney Hackathon events. alan jones/flickr

Refugees are helping others in their situation as social entrepreneurs

Social enterprises set up by refugees are also helping countries to overcome some of the challenges of economic and social integration of new arrivals.
One more coffee, then we’ll get our £1m idea. jisc_infonet

Why universities are the best places to start a business

Creative ideas and how we turn them into successful business ventures and social enterprises are vital to the UK’s global competitiveness. But how do we best support this? Of course there are many different…
Bunches of case studies on your doorstep. Flower Factor

Business schools should study flower shops, not blue chips

Legend has it that notorious American hold-up man Willie Sutton, who netted an estimated US$2m between the late 1920s and his final arrest in 1952, was once asked why he robbed banks. His reply: “Because…
Success: 2011 winner Tom Pellerau impressed Lord Sugar with his curved nail file invention. Ian West/PA

An investor’s guide to winning The Apprentice

An alien watching The Apprentice might be forgiven for thinking all that was needed to be a successful entrepreneur was a sharp suit, a few snappy lines and an ability to blame your colleagues for everything…
The Korean presence in Australia is growing rapidly and Sydney should show some Seoul. Flickr/Nemo's great uncle

Little Koreas could capitalise on Sydney’s hottest entrepreneurs

Koreans are Sydney’s most entrepreneurial ethnic group, with the city’s culture and economy standing to benefit if it brands…

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