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Perspectives on building technology businesses and AcceleratorIndia from Cartezia

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Building Technology Businesses is hard work, even in buoyant markets. In the current volatile environment, this challenge is even greater. The crucial ingredient for success is better insight into technologies, markets, business models, and processes for creating new value. Catalyzt aims to provide this insight, based on private research, analysis, and expert opinions from Cartezia’s core team and members of its extended global network.

Opinion:

Rethinking Strategy

Brief summary of a new approach to Strategy formulation, development and execution based on meso-economic Commercialisation Vectors

Thursday, July 27, 2017

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Rethinking Cross-border Innovation

Our research has identified three generic cross-border challenges based on the Triple Chasm Model:Cross-border R&D or Technology Translation;Cross-border Chasm II Translation;and Cross-border Chasm III Translation More »

Thursday, July 27, 2017

Driving Top-line Growth: The Challenge for Corporates

Corporate leaders of technology-intensive companies across Europe, North America and Asia face a major challenge to grow top-line revenues against the back-drop of low economic growth. Dr Uday Phadke presents an approach that combines Build and Buy to create new products and services that help... More »

Sunday, April 19, 2015

Accelerators, Incubators and Crossing Chasm II

Dr Uday Phadke presents a framework to help clarify the confusion surrounding terms such as Accelerators and Incubators that aim to provide positive interventions in pursuit of economic growth. Dr Phadke then presents a key challenge that innovative companies need to overcome between the... More »

Sunday, January 11, 2015

The Innovation Challenge: an Indo-UK Perspective

The UK and India have both identified the opportunity for India to adopt some of the expertise and experience developed in the UK over the last fifty years in commercialising technology-based innovation. This article explores some of the issues and opportunities. More »

Sunday, October 19, 2014

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