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Inspiring innovation in language education: changing contexts, evolving competences | Council of Europe, 10 dec 2018
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Cheaper Oil Ripples Through the Global Economy | The Wall Street Journal, 10 dec 2018
What you need to know about the global economy | IOL.co.za, 10 dec 2018
From GV: 5 lessons to jump-start your design career | Fast Company, 10 dec 2018
The automatic-design tools that are changing synthetic biology | Nature, 10 dec 2018
Using machine learning to design peptides | Phys.org, 10 dec 2018
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Andy Ratcliffe: Are you boring enough to be a charity chief executive? | Third Sector, 10 dec 2018
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Kleptocracy and Philanthropy: Viral Tainting among the Elite | Nonprofit Quarterly, 10 dec 2018
Role of non-profit boards in driving innovation | The Business Times, 10 dec 2018
'Our economic model is broken. Community enterprise can help rewrite the script' | Ethical Corporation, 10 dec 2018
Five Steps To Building A Customer Experience Measurement Platform | Forbes, 10 dec 2018
In-House or External Marketing: Which is Best? | Business.com, 10 dec 2018
How Social Media Marketers Are Getting Ready for AI-Driven Networking and Branding | MarTech Advisor, 10 dec 2018
The Unfinished Business of Sales-Marketing Alignment | Customer Think, 10 dec 2018
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Education Technology (Ed Tech) and Smart Classrooms Market Drifts and Assessments: 2018 Industry Worth Prophesied to Witness Sustainable Development over 2025 | Journal of Industry, 10 dec 2018
Gramin Healthcare: Bringing modern medicine to rural India | Financial Express, 10 dec 2018
RBI should be more open in its discussions with the govt: Arvind Subramanian | Livemint, 10 dec 2018
Decoding GST's future course in India | The Economic Times, 10 dec 2018
Will India's new agricultural export policy work? | Down To Earth Magazine, 10 dec 2018
Is Artificial Intelligence The Way Forward For Education In India | Businessworld, 09 dec 2018
Out-of-pocket spend on healthcare in India is as high as 62%: Max BUPA CEO | The Times of India, 09 dec 2018
10 ways to detect health-care lies | The Hill, 09 dec 2018
Is Technology-Led Entrepreneurship The Key To Domination? | Inventiva, 09 dec 2018
The new agriculture and developing emerging farmers: Harnessing the Fourth Industrial Revolution | Daily Maverick, 09 dec 2018
ONE OF AMERICA'S GREATEST INDUSTRIAL DESIGNERS CITES THE PLASTIC TRASH CAN AS HIS BEST WORK | Quartz, 09 dec 2018
What's Hot in Home Design | Barron's, 09 dec 2018
Online advertising has alienated our most valuable asset - the consumer | The Drum, 09 dec 2018
India's first artificial heart valve technology launched | Hindustan Times, 08 dec 2018
India has potential to be leader in Blockchain: Expert | Times Now News, 08 dec 2018
5 Ways Artificial Intelligence Is Changing Architecture | Interesting Engineering, 08 dec 2018
Steven Kast OpEd: The life of nonprofit executives | Daily Press, 08 dec 2018
Advertising tries to reach classrooms | Swissinfo.ch, 08 dec 2018
Part I: Privacy, Puffery, Trust-and-Branding: What Happened to Facebook? | Lexology, 08 dec 2018


Relationship Between Entrepreneurs and Customers to Drive Innovation

By Mohammad Anas Wahaj; MBA, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 2000, USA; BS in Mechanical Engineering, Aligarh Muslim University, 1993, India
Dated: 07 March 2015


Entrepreneurs bring creative ideas and innovations into the market. They take risks and invest their efforts, time and money. They identify unmet needs, generate employment, develop and improve products and services for the consumers and also for other businesses.

To achieve fulfilment of their goals they require support from their environment, which includes people, markets and governments. A healthy entrepreneurial community expects and needs a facilitating ecosystem where their ideas reach fruition and benefits the society as a whole.

Although everyone recognizes and acknowledges the importance of entrepreneurship for growth and development of the economy and there are variety of efforts, both by senior and successful entrepreneurs, private companies, organizations and governments to develop an entrepreneurial ecosystem at various places around the globe. But they seem to be lopsided and region-focused and sometimes just a fad without well thought out plan, consistency and commitment.

It is often observed that some places become successful entrepreneurial hubs while others continue to struggle and always keep on playing the catch-up game. Some even totally lose their entrepreneurial ecosystem due to migration of talent and even companies that start to search for better opportunities elsewhere.

In recent times, technology has tried to create a level playing field for budding entrepreneurs in different regions but it can support only some aspects of entrepreneurial and business development. Entrepreneurship and its inherent spirit has to flourish in every nook and corner of the world and every industry should get a chance to benefit from it. Entrepreneurs bring new energy into businesses and markets that otherwise become complacent and resistant to innovation once the products and services get customer's initial acceptance and start getting established as successful brands.

A strong partnership and relationship need to develop between entrepreneurs and customers, where customers continuously seek innovative and better products and services and entrepreneurs, even within the established organizations, continue to work to improve them. Customers can be important catalysts in the entrepreneurial ecosystem by showing their never-ending appetite towards betterment of everything that markets have to offer. The continuously evolving and growing relationship and exchange between entrepreneurs and customers will keep the wheel of creative and innovative activities moving.

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