The secret of resourceful venture craftsmen? Tinkering, or bricolage. / Amiel Kornel
What sets the Silicon Valley apart from other clusters? Venture capitalists could very well be the differentiating factor. / Michel Ferrary
There are two main components of a compensation policy: salaries and equity. An equation with only two variables? / Willy Braun
Equity should be the main driver for founders and early employees. What level should be offered to a given candidate? / Willy Braun
Behind the scene lies a complex reality. What does a sociological approach reveal?
Innovation dynamics can be enabled, by enhancing exchanges between disciplines, institutions, cultures, public and private stakeholders, researchers and entrepreneurs. PSL is an exchange enabler. Such is also the vocation of Paris Innovation Review.
The Bay area is not only an economic reality. Is is a territory that stages its own history. / Olivier Alexandre
This winners club covered 84 entities in 2015 – against 39 in 2013. They have a very distinctive profile.
Compared to the evolution of the Maker Movement in Western countries, China has already formed a much larger bottom-up ecosystem.
How can a corporate parent accelerate innovators’ learning? The experiences of prolific inventorssuggest an answer: by providing product teams with an artisanal environment that favors play, repetition and patience.
Spain is leading in biotechnology research, but it lags behind in technology transfer and startup creation. Will an Israeli solution work?
A relatively newcomer to the industry, the London tech scene is still eager to prove itself. Its close-knit community attracts start-ups from all over the world.
Here we have yet another of those crazy ideas that excites California, but this one potentially sounds a shade more ominous. In order to meet the shortfall of qualified engineers in Silicon Valley, a group of young entrepreneurs of the Golden State have proposed to anchor a floating city in international waters, off the Californian coast, capable of accommodating 2 000 engineers from all round the world, none of whom having a US entry visa. This would cut the dire and endless thirst for grey matter in the USA, a country where young students are shunning scientific and technical courses. Here we are witnessing a situation that is taking on the proportions of a national, strategic crisis. Other countries, other difficulties. But eveywhere the same question arises: how to train tomorrow's engineers?