Entrepreneurship

Poisoned

I ended up the previous post wondering the reasons why I have remained as an entrepreneur during these last twenty years. I have only one answer: it is a deadly poison. When the entrepreneurship bug bites you, you cannot get rid of the poison. (more…)

The Difficulty Of Entrepreneurship In The Health Sector

When we tried to figure out how the future will be in the field of medicine, we tend to think in revolutionary drugs or in advanced medical and diagnostic devices. However, it is perhaps in the field of information and communication technologies where we will see major breakthrough innovations and where the greatest opportunities will emerge.
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Entrepreneurship and Gluttony

Less than a year ago I received a call from a friend. He suggested that I have a coffee with a group of entrepreneurs who were stuck on a project they were involved in.

We decided to have a beer (and a salmon and caper sandwich) at the Laie Café in Pau Claris St. in Barcelona. Within minutes of arriving the entrepreneurs appeared. We sat in a corner, at a round table, and they began to tell me about their project. (more…)

Why? Why?

More than 25 years ago I finished my university studies in Theology (not kidding). And after two years selling books and philatelic investment (not kidding), I decided to study an MBA, with the aim of re-launching my career and developing those skills needed for me to be a better worker and manager. (more…)

Government and Entrepreneurship

Governments are usually formed by well-intentioned people that want to creates jobs, generate taxes to use for the public good and so on, but these aims can sometimes run contrary to the needs of entrepreneurs.

Having said that, entrepreneurs and management (or governments and their departments) can, and should, understand each other. The 113 second speech of Barack Obama on January 31, 2011 showed what Governments can do for entrepreneurs. (more…)