120 épisodes

We deliver independent emerging market focused technology, digital and innovation insights and analysis.

Featuring ideas produce podcasts, live events, and bespoke market insight content with a deep understanding of the complex dynamics of the stakeholders within startup ecosystems around the world.

The show is executive produced by presented by entrepreneur, Andrew Berkowitz.

The Global Startup Movement - Startup Ecosystem Leaders, Global Entrepreneurship, and Emerging Market Innovation Andrew Berkowitz

    • Investissement

We deliver independent emerging market focused technology, digital and innovation insights and analysis.

Featuring ideas produce podcasts, live events, and bespoke market insight content with a deep understanding of the complex dynamics of the stakeholders within startup ecosystems around the world.

The show is executive produced by presented by entrepreneur, Andrew Berkowitz.

    Unpacking opportunities and barriers to adoption in the Solar industry

    Unpacking opportunities and barriers to adoption in the Solar industry

    Aviv Shalgi is the CEO of energy tech startup, Solar Simplified, a platform that matches renters and homeowners who care about the environment and want to save money on the electricity bill with local solar farms. For 6+ years he's been a Board Member, Mentor and Advisor for multiple startups and not-for-profit organizations. He previously led Dormigo’s business and corporate development efforts (until its acquisition), driving organic and inorganic growth, and was responsible for partnerships, alliances and bringing innovation to the real estate and hospitality industries. He served for 4 years as in IDF’s Visual Intelligence Corps (9900, Israel’s “Eyes in the sky”) as a Captain, where he founded a unique cross-branches innovation team, earning the Major-General of Intelligence Corps award for Creative Thinking, and trained 100+ trainees in satellite operations.
    On this episode you'll learn:
    1. What technologies and public policies have advanced over the past decade that has allowed for the introduction of new business models in solar? [3:35]
    2. What is Community Solar? [8:22]
    3. What can we realistically expect from solar power generation in the 2020's [16:12]

    • 23 min
    The EU innovation ecosystem public procurement dilemma

    The EU innovation ecosystem public procurement dilemma

    Nicolas Brien is the CEO of France Digitale, the largest startup lobbying organization in Europe, with 1,500 startups and 100 VCs as its members, as well as the newly appointed President of the European Startup Network, a common voice for European startups composed of 24 national startup associations from across Europe. He previously was the Director of Studies of Kantar-TNS Sofres (WPP) and a senior advisor to Najat Vallaud-Belkacem, the Spokeswoman of the French Government.
    On this episode you'll learn:
    Why the European Startup Network released an official call for a Buy European Tech act, to allow federal governments to favor domestic startups in their public procurement process.
    When did global tech companies like Google and Facebook start to be associated with negative geopolitical consequences amongst European countries?
    How does the lack of M&A culture amongst European corporations get changed to provide more exit options within the local startup ecosystems across the continent?

    • 25 min
    The secret behind Israel's thriving startup ecosystem

    The secret behind Israel's thriving startup ecosystem

    Inbal Arieli is a founder of Synthesis, a global leadership assessment rm, and author of Chutzpah: Why Israel Is a Hub of Innovation and Entrepreneurship. Born in Israel and raised on hummus and chutzpah, Arieli fostered her entrepreneurial skills during her mandatory military service, serving as lieutenant in unit 8200, the Israel Defense Forces’ elite intelligence corps. After completing her military duties, and for the past twenty years, she embraced leading executive roles in the flourishing Israeli tech sector and has founded a series of programs for innovators, where she currently holds board seats.
    Arieli holds an LL.B. Law, B.A in Economics and an MBA, all from Tel Aviv University. A force to be reckoned with, she was featured as one of the 100 most influential people in Israeli tech and as one of the top 100 tech business women speakers in the world. She lives in Tel Aviv with her spouse and their three sons.

    • 28 min
    The 5 Caribbean digital nomad visas

    The 5 Caribbean digital nomad visas

    Host Andrew Berkowitz highlights the 5 digital nomad visas that are available from Caribbean countries as we head into Winter.

    • 4 min
    Decentralized commerce and the non-fungible token (NFT) boom

    Decentralized commerce and the non-fungible token (NFT) boom

    Justin Bannon, CEO and Co-founder of Boson Protocol, a decentralized infrastructure connecting smart contracts to real world commerce and its data.
    Boson Protocol aims to change the world of commerce by enabling enterprises, organizations, and customers to bridge the divide between digital decentralized technologies and the transfer and trade of physical goods. Creating the de facto infrastructure to achieve this with minimized arbitration, cost, and trust, Boson Protocol is taking eCommerce to the next level with use cases including; loyalty and rewards, crypto exchanges, games, and tokenized networks amongst others. 
    Leading the charge at Boson Protocol is serial entrepreneur Justin Banon. Justin previously spearheaded the Travel Experiences Division of Collinson, where he managed a group of global loyalty rewards platforms including LoungeKey, Mastercard Airport Experiences, and Priority Pass — the latter of which he scaled twenty-fold from $50m to $1bn per annum revenue during his tenure. 
    On this episode you'll learn:
    1. How does arbitration work on a decentralized protocol? [5:23]
    2. How can small crypto and blockchain to take on giant corporations? [13:31]
    3. Which is currently the bigger challenge for DeFi startups, the technical challenge or the user adoption challenge? [18:33]

    • 20 min
    New Format Launch and Revisiting the Startup Ecosystem Series

    New Format Launch and Revisiting the Startup Ecosystem Series

    In 2021, The GSM will transition away from our weekly flagship episode to a recurring mini-series format. Our first mini-series, Ecosystem Arabia, will launch in January 2021 and feature stories, candid insights, and conversation with some of the MENA region's leading startup ecosystem stakeholders. On this episode we go back 3 years to revisit one of our first podcast mini-series, breaking down the pillars that make up a thriving startup ecosystem.

    • 27 min

Classement des podcasts dans Investissement

D’autres se sont aussi abonnés à