More From Neil Petch
While venture capitalists may have deep pockets, they only got that way through calculated, shrewd, and precise investments.
Just because you have a wide variety of personalities in your team, it doesn't necessarily mean they won't function well together. But what you do need to know is how to manage these various character types.
There is a price when you set up shop in a place full of opportunities– you can be sure there will be some competition for those golden deals. So you need to be savvy in your dealings to get a march on business rivals and shove your foot in the proverbial door.
While the UAE is a country that initially built its fortune largely on oil, it has notably recognized the importance of renewables for the future of energy and has acted by making massive investments into a whole range of clean energy initiatives.
Here's a look at some of the rather devious tactics that the psychologically-savvy businessperson might employ as he or she aims to get the upper hand.
There are certain areas when it comes to running a business that you never want to get too comfortable around– and in turn, certain assumptions that you should never make.
The goal is to create bankruptcy laws that are amongst the best in the world, and that ultimately give rise to a greater entrepreneurial ecosystem.
Learning From Mistakes
Starting and then running a business can often feel like navigating a minefield.
Working with others is always a challenge in some form or another, and you will come across a good number of different personality types and working styles that will require varying management approaches.
If we look at the greats across all fields, be it our sporting heroes, our favorite musicians, or the business titans that we admire so much, one thing that is often not considered when we are doling out our admiration is just how much effort went into achieving what was achieved.