August 18, 2017

Archives for August 2017

Why teach entrepreneurship?

It’s an old question: “can you teach entrepreneurship?” Many people believe that entrepreneurship just happens – people are either entrepreneurs or they are not. As a consequence, what’s the point in teaching it? Certainly, there’s plenty of evidence that entrepreneurship happens in the absence of formal education. Look at Richard Branson of Virgin or Steve […]

Is entrepreneurship your cup of TEA?

Entrepreneurship is a key driver of the global economy and the World Economic Forum (WEF) says fostering entrepreneurship pays dividends across all the sectors, allowing new ideas, models and energy to disrupt what goes before it. New research from WEF breaks entrepreneurial activity down into two distinct areas. The first is total early-stage entrepreneurial activity […]

Unintended consequences and the amazing world of sheep

We love sheep in Scotland. We already have more sheep than people as evidenced by the excellent publication “Sheep Facts: Find out more about the amazing world of sheep“. However, not satisfied with that, we were the first in the world to clone one and give her a pet name (Dolly). So it was not […]