Teenagers are often told they spend too much time on their devices. But that’s not necessarily a bad thing. As digital natives they could use their skills to found start-ups – but often find obstacles placed in their way
One of Europe's most important events on digitalization has moved to Africa this year. Digital activists, politicians, entrepreneurs and scientists are meeting in Accra, Ghana.
Entrepreneur Iman Usman founded the digital learning platform Ruanngguro when he was still a student. Four years on, he employs more than a thousand people and has plans to expand across Asia.
What binds the most successful companies in the world together? According to some, it's so-called "platform" business models. And if European firms want to compete in the digital age, they need to catch up.
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