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Allon Raiz

Allon Raiz

Contributor
CEO: Raizcorp

About Allon Raiz

Allon Raiz is the CEO of Raizcorp, the only privately-owned small business ‘prosperator’ in Allon Raiz is the CEO of Raizcorp. In 2008, Raiz was selected as a Young Global Leader by the World Economic Forum, and in 2011 he was appointed for the first time as a member of the Global Agenda Council on Fostering Entrepreneurship. Following a series of entrepreneurship master classes delivered at Oxford University in April 2014, Raiz has been recognised as the Entrepreneur-in-Residence at the University of Oxford’s Saïd Business School.

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Human Resources

Drive Operational Effectiveness Through The Right Relationships With Your Teams

People leave our businesses, but how they leave counts. If you've built good relationships with your employees it will hurt when they leave, but you'll both have benefited from the experience.
Startup Advice

The 5 Rules That Will Guide Your Growth As An Entrepreneurial Business

Entrepreneurs who start their businesses from scratch are all too aware of the incredible difficulty of moving their businesses from one state to another using the same rules, modus operandi and approaches when they're a small business as when they're a medium-sized business.
Staying Focused

How to Stay Focused When Everything Wants Your Attention

As an entrepreneur, there will always be too many things trying to drag your attention away. You need to keep focused on what matters.
Startup Advice

Treat Yourself as a Client for Startup Success

Before you can build a start-up that takes over your industry, you need to treat yourself as your own best client.
Investors

How Investors Choose Who To Invest In

Why entrepreneurs tend to focus on the wrong things when pitching to investors, and what investors are really evaluating instead.
Networks

5 Reasons Why You Need a Support Network

Every start-up needs a support network. Here are 5 types of support you can begin tapping into today.
profit margins

Why Strong Margins Are More Important Than Cash Flow

Why you should shift your attention from cash flow to creating - and maintaining - strong margins for long-term growth and success.
Success Mindset

Your Success Is Determined By How Well You Can Embrace Change

The only constant is change. If you can't learn to embrace it, you'll be left behind.
Success Mindset

What You Read and Listen To Can Determine Your Success

The secret to curating a successful life starts with what you put in.
growth mindset

Leave Your Ego At The Door And Find The Path To Growth

Authentic humility can give you the perspective you need to build a high-growth organisation.
Growth Strategies

It's Time To Start Saying Yes Again

To be successful, we have to learn to say no. But there comes a time when you need to start saying yes again too. Here's why.
Taking Risks

The Art of Taking Calculated Bets in Business

Successful high-impact entrepreneurs take calculated bets almost daily. High risks come with high rewards, which in turn are the result of understanding that failure is part of the equation.
Growth Strategies

When To Harness - Or Ditch - Patience As A Virtue

Urgency can be an essential tool to growing a high-impact organisation, or a distraction.
Starting a Business

Don't Delegate What You Haven't First Done Yourself

It's vital that you perform a role before you delegate it in your start-up. Here's why.
Overcoming Obstacles

Why Adversity Is The Best Thing For Your Business

There's been a lot of talk about privilege lately: What is it? Who has it? Who doesn't have it? I have a slightly different take on privilege and prefer to frame it as the privilege of adversity.