The number of people actively involved in starting a business in Sweden is growing faster than in Germany and France, which along with Portugal, Italy, Greece and Spain have the lowest levels of entrepreneurial activity in Europe, says a new report
On 21 June, the Swedish Entrepreneurship Forum launches a report based on the world’s largest entrepreneurship survey Global Entrepreneurship Monitor (GEM). The report looks at how has entrepreneurial activity promoted industrial activity and built competitive strength since 2000.
A new wave of entrepreneurs aims to bring healthcare into the digital age. Innovations on show at last week’s iMinds conference will assist health and social care professionals, cut costs, make hospitals more efficient and empower patients
Science|Business wants to help innovators learn from the failures of others. Here, Anca Banita describes soldiering on after an attempt to raise money for an app promoting a nationwide clearance of illegal rubbish dumps in Romania flopped
The ecosystem is improved, but dedication, commitment and hard work remain the key to success, says Croatian entrepreneur Ivo Spigel, who interviewed 28 of Europe’s most successful entrepreneurs for his book, The European Start-up Revolution