Ingrid Vanderveldt, Dell's "entrepreneur in residence" who works with the Dell Center for Entrepreneurs says startups will see some big changes this year.
Shirley Williams (appearoo.com/ShirleyWilliams)'s insight:
There are so many 2013 predictions, it is a little challenging to decipher which ones to note and consider and which ones… well you know.
As well as living in a world where social has taken it by storm, we are also are living in a world where entrepreneurs have come into their own. This is the reason, I am interested I the predictions listed in this post, namely:
Alternative financing strategies such as crowdfunding and peer-to-peer lending sites
Scalable technology- seeking technology as a strategic advantage to scaling successfully
The human capital problem- evaluating the right talent to support your business will continue to be key.
Networking will continue to be very valuable.Entrepreneurs are getting younger- as young as 15!
Social entrepreneurship- the concept of doing well by doing good.
I think these are good points and have made a mental note going forwards.
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