As the world is concentrating all its efforts in containing and mitigating the pandemic disease, companies are facing unprecedented challenges, finding themselves in a situation where they must act and react rapidly to the unfolding events. As Darwin said, those who survive “are not the strong est or the most intelligent, but the most adaptable to change.” But how do you act quickly in a highly uncertain and rapidly evolving situation?
The UAE Space Agency and Krypto Labs, the Abu Dhabi-based global innovation hub, presented a paper on the success of the GeoTech Innovation Program at the 70th International Astronautical Congress (IAC)
While most startups aspire to be the next multinational company that sweeps the headlines, many fail on their journey. To increase your startup’s success meter, we’ve listed out some of the top blunders startups do that steer them off the right path – so you can avoid them, and scale up!
While the number of commercial aircraft worldwide is estimated to be only around 30,000, the Federation Aviation Administration forecasts that 7 million hobbyist and commercial drones will be sold in 2020, which is more than double the number of drones
Mark Zuckerberg, the CEO of one of the world’s largest corporations, was mentored by Steve Jobs, while Bill Gates often refers to billionaire investor Warren Buffet as his mentor.