There are many women working to drive change in the European blockchain ecosystem. And to no surprise, the majority of them are not the founders of the fast growing companies we see out here, but they are contributing to their success from many other different perspectives. With that in mind, here are some inspirational blockchain women leaders to look up to.
Is the dream of every entrepreneur to change the world, or to make money? Or could it be both? Does becoming rich mean more cars and houses, but also investing in those people, ideas or technologies which will change the world? Or even more so, is this besides the point?
Entrepreneurs face various challenges, but amid today’s global pandemic cash flow has proven to be one of the first. Indeed, cash flow was already one of the most important hurdles for startups, as founders have always struggled to determine their budget priorities.
Most founders have been through a stage of questioning themselves and the way they see the world. Should I leave my job and work on that idea I had? Will I be able to make it work? How long will it take? How will I build a team? Will I be able to raise funds? Will anyone buy my service/product? Are just some of the questions they all struggled to answer.
More than 33% of global arable land today is used to produce feed for livestock production. Replacing plant-based protein with insect protein will enable agricultural land currently used to produce feed crops, to instead be used for growing food for human consumption. In this context, the concept of using insects as a sustainable, alternative source of protein in animal feed has gained considerable traction in recent years.
If you’re working for a startup or are a startup founder, the term minimum viable product (MVP) is probably very familiar to you. And I am sure many sleepless nights were spent thinking about it. But what about your brand and the experience your customers have with your product, how many hours or team brainstorms have you spent on those topics?! If the answer is not that many, this article is for you.
2020 is not cancelled as some claim, it has metamorphosed into the year of human rights as issues such as equality and diversity are being raised globally. Among so many hard talks we need to have and issues to handle is also the role of women in tech. This article goes beyond the role of women in positions of leadership and focuses on women in technical roles such as computer programmers aka coders.