Those things I have learned at the Entrepreneurship Summit 2014!

Entrepreneur Summit 2014-1Pic by Franzi.

The last two days I spent in Berlin at the Entrepreneur Summit 2014. It was incredible crowded and filled with inspiring people. Now I start fully motivated into the new week and would like to share with you some of the best insights.

I wish you a wonderful new week, full of inspiration!

About success & entrepreneurship I: “Be very careful in jumping at chances.” – Prof. Günter Faltin

About success & entrepreneurship II: “Starting a new business requires a lot of your time. You give birth to an idea child. You do this because you really want it. Your real (biological) children require also all of your time.” – Prof. Günter Faltin

About success & entrepreneurship III: ” Our society is not open to entrepreneurship. Entrepreneurs will be outsiders for quite some time.” Nevertheless: “Be an entrepreneur. There is no better alternative.” – Prof. Günter Faltin

On green growth: “Stopping consume will not save the earth. What we need is innovation.” – Ralf Fücks

On blue economy: “Everything we do in Europe is restricted by rules. So, we need new rules. Entrepreneurs are made to develop new rules of the game.” – Gunter Pauli

On social entrepreneurship I: “Social entrepreneurs have a high psychopathological level. They are ego-animals.” – Prof. Andreas Heinecke

On social entrepreneurship II: From 3,000 ideas, in the end 1 is successful.” – Prof. Andreas Heinecke

On social entrepreneurship III (& it’s nearly non-existent profit): “Former and older-aged social entrepreneurs are a social fringe group. To help them, will be the new goal of other social entrepreneurs.” – Prof. Andreas Heinecke

On professional networking I: “Contacts and relationships will be the fundamentals for gaining capital.” – Peer-Arne Böttcher

On professional networking II: “Networking is not enough, what you need is relationship management.” – Peer-Arne Böttcher

On professional networking III: “Sometimes one has to leave the own comfort zone to communicate with people.” – Peer-Arne Böttcher

On professional networking IV: “Digital helps, analog counts.” – Peer-Arne Böttcher

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