Maximising shareholder value already implicitly meant considering sustainability but the recent anti-capitalist sentiment is making that even more explicit. “How sustainable is this?” will become a standard part of corporate decision making.
The two types of content and which one I’m removing from my healthy reading diet.
A look at early stage cleantech startups. Does cleantech require venture capital? What cleantech sub-sectors get funding? Where are cleantech companies being founded and funded?
18 countries have declared a climate emergency covering over 212 million people worldwide. Governments around the world are taking action. Is the private sector responding? How can startups really change the world?
Climate change is a major problem and consumers are noticing, making buying decisions based on sustainability criteria. So where should corporates start? Are there any quick wins that can have an impact today?
There are things we can do as individuals, consumers and policy makers, so why shouldn't we expect startups to contribute as well? A guide to how startups can help fight climate change.
Cloudflare, free speech and the rule of law. Taking advantage of centuries of development of democratic process is better than private, unaccountable censorship from the likes of Facebook.
If you have been to Japan, you will remember the high level of service everywhere you go. What is the Japanese customer experience and how can it be applied to create a differentiator for your own customers?
How do you know whether that innovative idea is actually one worth spending time on? Here are some tools and models I have been reading about to help evaluate startup ideas.
The definition of what makes a "good team" should include some degree of willingness to read, research and suggest ideas for how things could be better.