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Faisal Butt: How to create an ideas factory

Faisal Butt: How to create an ideas factory

By Faisal Butt Monday, 21 July 2014

Since Bill Gross pioneered the concept in 1996, business incubators have been hotbeds for innovation, explains James Caan's right-hand man.

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Screw conformity: why British entrepreneurs need to learn to be mavericks

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