Entrepreneurship insights

Entrepreneurship insights

Growing your own business means overcoming new challenges at each stage of the growth journey. Our insights come from in-house experts and the entrepreneurs who agree to share their growth stories with us.

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Interview

Pilar Martínez-Cosentino: As solid as stone in perpetuity

Staying power and resilience distinguish the family-run business of Pilar Martínez-Cosentino – just like their products, which are the bedrock of dreams worldwide

May. 19, 2022


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Interview

Ghassan Aboud: “I always work for the greater good”

In just a few years, the Syrian businessman Ghassan Aboud built a billion-dollar empire. But charity is even closer to his heart. WERTE has asked him what it takes to be a global entrepreneur.

Apr. 12, 2022


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Interview

Javier Toledo: house of stars

Javier Toledo is responsible for making sure actors look the part, supplying the international film industry with costumes, uniforms and all kinds of accessories.

Mar. 24, 2022


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Interview

Nicoletta Spagnoli: “The longing for beauty never dies”

The success of Italian fashion brand Luisa Spagnoli has always been due to the ingenious women at the top of the company. A portrait of entrepreneur Nicoletta Spagnoli.

Mar. 03, 2022


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Entrepreneurship

Retail Beyond COVID-19 – has the pandemic changed the game?

It might seem that coronavirus pandemic set retail on a new path – but this is not the end of the story. Watch our video briefing to learn more about the changes taking place in the sector.

Nov. 25, 2021


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Entrepreneurship

Real estate beyond COVID-19: has the pandemic changed the game?

The coronavirus pandemic caused immense disruption in global real estate markets, but new investment opportunities will emerge as the crisis comes to an end. Watch our video briefing to learn more.

Apr. 28, 2021


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Feature article

Heinemann: thinking in generations

WERTE asks what it means to run a global corporation as a family business, how to ensure a harmonious transition to the next generation, and whether it is hard to let go.

Jun. 30, 2020


Event report

Al Gore on the perils and potential of climate change

Climate is "your generation's life or death struggle," the former US Vice President tells our annual Innovation Summit.

Nov. 22, 2019


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Feature article

Harlan Estate: a new wine dynasty

One of the first generation of superstar modern-wine growers in California's Napa Valley, Bill Harlan - founder of the renowned Harlan Estate - is facing a new challenge: passing on a successful family business to his children.

Jun. 05, 2019


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Feature article

Montegrappa: the exquisite art of writing

The third generation of his family to head Italian pen-makers Montegrappa, Giuseppe Aquila is defying the digital age with fountain pens that can sell for tens of thousands of dollars.

May. 07, 2019


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Feature article

Allegra Antinori: a new harvest

How the Antinori sisters are adapting their wine business, which has been in the family for hundreds of years, to withstand global warming.

May. 01, 2019


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Feature article

Synthetic biology: improving on evolution

Synthetic biology companies are re-engineering natural organisms to create sustainable products that are already having an impact on the planet.

May. 01, 2019


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Feature article

Ricky Burdett: living in an urban age

Driverless cars and smart cities are interesting experiments, but are they enough to solve the challenges of dramatic urbanisation? Ricky Burdett, Professor of Urban Studies at the London School of Economics explains how we might plan more sustainable cities.

May. 01, 2019


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Feature article

Pininfarina goes back to the future

Following the launch of the Battista electric hypercar, Paolo Pininfarina reveals what it takes for a heritage brand to keep ahead.

May. 01, 2019


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Feature article

Swarovski: Making crystals for the world

Swarovski is a uniquely accomplished family-owned business, with its headquarters and crystal museum based in Austria. Company scion Nadja Swarovski describes how she and her family have reinvented the 123-year-old business – collaborating with leading architects and fashion designers – for the 21st century

Jan. 29, 2019


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Feature article

Eco stars from the North

How Sweden’s sustainable business agenda is fostering green tech entrepreneurs such as Peter Carlsson, CEO of battery-maker Northvolt.

Aug. 10, 2018


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Feature article

Creating the ultimate workspace

Building an office is not just about workspace design. The latest and greatest commercial buildings combine world-leading architecture and sustainability with a holistic ethos of health and wellbeing. And that can lead to real benefits for employee happiness – and productivity

Jun. 25, 2018


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Feature article

Bumpy Road Ahead

The classic car market has calmed down. But is it still worth investing in a dream machine, or should you just buy one in order to enjoy it?

Jun. 18, 2018


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