If you take a look at any of my businesses, and you know what my influences in business are, you’ll see how much I’ve taken from the world around me and used it as an inspiration to build.
Business relies on contracts, and mistakes made during the preparation of a binding commercial agreement can prove very costly down the line.
The expectations that I had for this book were very much confounded. I had merely imagined it would include repetitive lectures, constant pep talks and obvious, boring guidelines in regards to starting your own business – how wrong was I?
Brian Wong tells us the secret of how to make progress faster than everyone else using his “Cheats”. As he has raised over $24 million in venture capital to start his own company by the age of 25 I’m willing to believe him.
Currently Chairman of Novaquest Capital Management, a private equity firm focused on life sciences, Gerry Brown explains why risk management and analysis moved to centre stage.
Former Royal Marine Damian McKinney follows the success of his previous book, ‘The Commando Way’, by sharing how his career in the military helped shaped his career in business.
CEO of Reputation.com and one of Silicon Valley’s leading futurists, Michael Fertik explains why your reputation, to a large extent, determines who you are.
As a technology pioneer at MIT and as the leader of three successful start-ups, Kevin Ashton shares his story behind the history of creativity and innovation.