Reimaginar el futuro de las habilidades: ¿qué piensan los jóvenes?
COVID-19 está proyectando una larga sombra sobre el futuro de los jóvenes de todo el mundo. En el Día Mundial de las Habilidades de la Juventud, preguntamos a los jóvenes su opinión sobre el rediseño de la educación y las habilidades para la era post-COVID. Para los niños y jóvenes que buscan obtener una educación […]Leer Más
So You Want to Be an Entrepreneur?
When I graduated from college in 2001, I didn’t have a single friend whose plan was to start his or her own business. Med school, law school, finance, consulting: these were the coveted jobs, the clear paths laid out before us. I took a job in advertising, which was seen as much more rebellious than […]Leer Más
Delivery Apps Need to Start Treating Suppliers as Partners
Six months ago, on-demand home delivery was far from mainstream — a luxury for those willing to pay for convenience, skewing towards young professionals in major cities. The Covid-19 crisis changed that, almost overnight. Now everyone is ordering everything from household staples to ice cream on-demand. Existing delivery services like DoorDash and Instacart have stepped up operations, and […]Leer Más
Six tales from the trenches of running a startup
We asked some previous winners of our 35 Innovators Under 35 award what they’ve learned about innovation since they won. Learn other people’s languages NABIHA SAKLAYEN Class of 2018 Cofounded Cellino Biotech, which uses lasers to “program” stem cells. I became an entrepreneur without knowing what it meant. My collaborators at Harvard Medical School saw […]Leer Más