Power entrepreneurship yes, but in the name of what?
Whether economical, social or ecological, the challenges faced by society today are many and complex. Entrepreneurship is an agile and modern answer by those willing to change things for the better.
Entrepreneurship is a response in a time of crisis
Economic crisis, unemployment, social transformation... Today it is crucial to raise awareness of business creation and encourage entrepreneurial activity. Each new company is an answer to the crisis, as it will create value and jobs.
An economy based on innovation, the guarantee of Luxembourg's competitiveness on the european stage
The digital world already dominates society. Its impact on our economic models is deep-rooted and across the board. Faced by the wave of innovation that is sweeping the global business world, the Grand Duchy cannot allow itself to be left behind in this revolution.
Entrepreneurship creates and shapes future by acknowledging new issues and offering solutions. One of the big challenges to shape tomorrow's world is, and will be, the compatibility between economic growth and sustainability.
Innovation is led by new businesses and especially startups. This innovation is extremely precious to big companies, which are often no longer able to dream it up.
When the new shakes the old and the status quo, society is reshaped a little.
Social entrepreneurship: doing business differently
Convinced that business and human development are compatible, nyuko presents innovation as an answer to social problems. Today, it is clear that the greatest barriers to improving social conditions and implementing effective economic projects in both the medium and long terms are the lack of finance and the isolation of this sector. Innovation consists in bringing these two realms closer by creating bridges and synergies in order to dramatically increase the impact of social business ventures.
Failure: let's talk about it!
There's a wide agreement that a framework has to be put in place at national and local level to encourage an entrepreneurial mentality. But anyone who wants more entrepreneurs to emerge has to accept that failure is one side of the business coin and success the other. We mustn't demonize those who fail: an entrepreneur who suffers a failure has a much better chance of success the second time around.