TOPICS: employees, entrepreneurs
Entrepreneurs end up working many more hours than when they were employees and that your project becomes the most ruthless and severe boss you have ever known.
TOPICS: EQT, freemium, Freepik, KKR, stock images
The founders of the company will continue to run the business and keep part of the shareholders, says this economic newspaper. The objective now is to make it grow in other international markets such as the USA and Asia in an organic way.
TOPICS: crypto, cryptocurrency, currency, digital currency, e-Crown, Sweden
A step beyond this society is not only to handle electronic money exclusively via debit/credit cards and similar, but also to adopt crypto-currency as the official means of payment. And this is serious, because Sweden has beaten the ECB itself to it, and has already announced the first pilot test in Europe of a sovereign digital currency, the e-Crown.
TOPICS: coronavirus, Microsoft Teams, pandemic, Silicon Valley, Slack, telework, teleworking
Silicon Valley will never be the same after the coronavirus. The best known valley, birthplace and home of the world’s leading technology companies, will experience more changes than expected after the pandemic.
TOPICS: mindful marketing, mindfulness, NGO, recycling
It’s about making sure that your objectives are also theirs, that is, mindful marketing seeks to make the consumer aware of what he or she is consuming, and that he or she knows that by doing so he or she is contributing in some way to society, whether it be by caring for the environment or promoting social inclusion.
TOPICS: advertisements, BigCommerce, Facebook, Instagram, loyalty programs, Mark Zuckerberg, Shopify, Shops, Woo
Facebook announced a few hours ago the launch of Shops, a way for businesses to set up free stores on Facebook and Instagram. The stores, which will feature third-party services including Shopify, BigCommerce and Woo, are designed to make the social network a convenient shopping destination.
TOPICS: Airbnb, Dara Khosrowshahi, employees, layoffs, lockdown, Uber, UberWorks, workers
The coronavirus pandemic continues to wreak havoc on Uber, AirBnB, and other technologies. After announcing a 14% cut in its workforce two weeks ago, the company will lay off another 3,000 workers. According to The Wall Street Journal, Uber sent an email to his employees advising them of the decision.