Have Entrepreneurs Lost The Will To Innovate?


There has never been more opportunities for entrepreneurs and start-ups to make positive changes to people’s lives, to disrupt the norm and to innovate.

However, there are a great many challenges facing those who attempt to shake up industries: government regulations, monopolised markets, red tape and dirty tricks from competitors can sometimes make it difficult.

So why is all this getting in the way?
Is innovative disruption as active today as it has ever been?
Is change and true innovation being prevented?
Have entrepreneurs lost the will to innovate?

Check the video with the highlights of Virgin Disruptors on Silicon Valley, gathering an incredible panel of experts debating the question: Have entrepreneurs lost the will to innovate?

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Through rich content and intelligent debate, Virgin Disruptors aims to tackle hot topics in the music, travel and entrepreneur sectors and feature disruptive innovators who are changing the game for good.

2 thoughts on “Have Entrepreneurs Lost The Will To Innovate?

  1. How companies can nurture innovation and motivate their talents to bring innovations forward?

    Each company is destined to get the results it gets. What I mean by this is that poor organization, lack of solid and sustainable innovation culture lead to poor results, and more than before, to a company’s trouble or death.
    Smart business leaders shape the culture of their company to drive innovation. Success and constant positive results come from the implementation and execution of strategies, business models, structure, processes, technologies and incentive systems that encourage innovation.
    If you would like to read more about learning innovation, you can access to my blog on: http://worldofinnovations.net/2014/08/11/7-ways-to-create-a-culture-of-innovation/

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