"When you're talking to me in the first minute, I'm thinking - is this person a leader?" - Ron Conway, American angel investor, often described as one of Silicon Valley's "super angels"
Organized by the Sharjah Entrepreneurship Centre (Sheraa), the Sharjah Entrepreneurship Festival (SEF) returns on November 25-26, 2019.
The need is to pick companies which have unique solutions, new business models, and a rebellious approach
Business degrees can significantly increase the value of candidates if a university spend more time teaching their students critical soft skills
With fears that automation may soon replace many jobs, keeping up with new skills and industry trends will be a necessity to survive.
American K-12 schools don't teach entrepreneurial skills, leaving kids ill-prepared for the future.
Encouraging young people to discover entrepreneurship as a career option carries huge benefits to society.
You too can build a strong foundation for your future by using that spare study time to dive deep into the skills that'll be most applicable for the real world.
What we don't know is a small problem compared with what we're sure is true -- which is flat-out wrong.
Venture off campus to cultivate your entrepreneurial mindset in ways the curricula simply can't.
While our educators are responsible for the preparation of our future generations - or the lack thereof, this extremely crucial task is neglected due to an outdated education system
Lessons learnt in the road to building a startup ecosystem in Sharjah.
A key skill for every entrepreneur to help devise interesting approaches is creativity
Having knowledgeable business school professors as guides in their learning journey is an experience that is difficult to duplicate outside the college environment