Recent Posts : Business Design & Innovation

The Importance of Innovation & Entrepreneurship: The Case of Digital Health

When we look at the world in a past or present tense, many of the qualities of life or things we take for granted have been introduced to us through entrepreneurs who carry a passion to turn an...

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“Road to Growth gave us the confidence we needed”

Yannick (now 22) and Eline (now 20) Jaspers took over the company Percon in the summer of 2015. Leasing, selling and restoring trailers: they go about it with a lot of passion. Still, it became...

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Entrepreneurship in exponentially changing times

On February 8, Antwerp Management School, POM West-Flanders and TUA West organized Disruptival – The Conference. A conference, about disruption. Crystal clear. Or perhaps not entirely. Disruption...

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The importance of the "how" and "why" of innovation

by Andries Reymer on Feb 13, 2018 in: , Business Design & Innovation

Not so long ago, Nokia had a huge market share in mobile telephony. Today the company focuses primarily on network infrastructure. The 'phone brand' was sold to Microsoft, who in their turn sold...

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How Belgian SMEs can achieve growth ánd innovation

Omar Mohout is a technological entrepreneur and author who is fascinated by entrepreneurship, technology, innovation and research. With the vast knowledge he built over the years on (developing)...

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3 basic rules to design a great entrepreneurial strategy

by Robin De Cock on Jan 31, 2018 in: , Business Design & Innovation

Entrepreneurs face many strategic dilemmas and challenges when they want to turn their idea into a business. For instance, should entrepreneurs storm the castle and just take action or should they...

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Foodpairing: a disruptive vision on the food industry

From within the project Exponential Academy, Antwerp Management School guides Western-Flemish companies in their evolution to a disruption-proof enterprise, together with POM Western-Flanders and...

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