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Crowdfunding for entrepreneurs (Crowd Investing investment rounds for startups) Some entrepreneurs that want to raise financing (Fundraising) for their projects or startups, have now another alternative between the existing possibilities: love money (friends, family), business angels, venture capitalists... they can now also raise money on crowdfunding platforms.

Crowdfunding for entrepreneurs (Crowd Investing investment rounds for startups)

Here is a collaborative matrix of existing crowdfunding platforms dedicated to small business, startups... Do not hesitate to contribute and add other platform or comparison criteria. There is another matrix for crowdfunding platforms more dedicated to creative projects (music, film...) that generally raise less money is available here: Concepts économie numérique draft « Initiative ISCN. Concepts économie numérique draft Il y a : Des utilisateursDes "M account managers"Des Service providers, content diffusers, hostersDes ShopsDes éditeurs et créateurs d’œuvres, de services, (sites, films, disques, sites genres static contents ou pas)Utilisation des ISCNs pour toutes les problématiques d’identification (et donc en particulier de tous les numéros GS1, ISBN, ISAN ou autres, pour beaucoup d’œuvres existantes quand ça fait sens) D’autre part : Chaque utilisateur a un (ou quelques) M-accountChaque M-account est "géré", à un instant donné, par une organisation "M account manager"Un M account peut être transféré d’un M account manager à un autreLe M account number est utilisé dans aucune transactionUn utilisateur peut acheter des œuvres ou éditions dans n’importe quel shop, sous forme de licence "à vie" ou d’abonnementUne œuvre ou édition d’oeuvre ou service est à un instant donné hosté par un hoster (cela peut changer)Les accounts managers peuvent être les banques?

Concepts économie numérique draft « Initiative ISCN

, FAIs? » Mary Meeker: More Data, More Mobile (and SoLoMo) Home » Mobile In the realm of mobile analyst geekdom, Christmas comes every time Mary Meeker shows up somewhere with her now infamous data dumps (last one here).

» Mary Meeker: More Data, More Mobile (and SoLoMo)

The latest was today’s presentation to Google’s ThinkMobile conference — one of her first appearances since leaving her longtime post at Morgan Stanley to try her hand at venture capital with Kleiner Perkins. As she normally has a knack for putting things into perspective, the long presentation’s highlights included comparisons to smartphones, tablets, and previous top-selling electronic or mobile devices. In this case, the comparison was iPhone, iPad and iPod sales, during their respective first three quarters of availability. The massive scale of the latest (iPad) technology dwarfs that of the earlier iPod. This has a lot of implications for the growth of connected mobile devices, including the content and ad delivery opportunities espoused on this blog and others daily. 2 Comments.

Disruptive Startups That Don't Get Funded. Coca-Cola (KO) sells millions of bottles of its fizzy sugar water in the poorest villages of the world at 15¢ to 25¢ per bottle—prices locals can barely afford.

Disruptive Startups That Don't Get Funded

What would happen to the multinational’s business if a well-funded Chinese soft drink startup decided to crash that market with a sweet but relatively nutritious beverage it sold for 5¢ a bottle? Coke would most likely get crushed. The village children, many of which are probably malnourished, would benefit tremendously from the rapid and disruptive shift to a cheaper, healthier soft drink.

That’s the example Paul Polak uses in his April TED talk to underscore the possibilities he sees for disruptive, massively scalable for-profit businesses serving those who have the least. Polak, who has spoken to more than 3,000 poor people during his years traveling the world, believes that innovation serving the bottom of the pyramid will not only improve their lives but also increase competition at the top.

Buyster. Development goals implementation. Indicateur clé de performance. Un article de Wikipédia, l'encyclopédie libre.

Indicateur clé de performance

Les indicateurs clefs de performance (ICP), ou en anglais Key Performance Indicators (KPI) , sont des indicateurs mesurables d'aide décisionnelle. Enjeux des indicateurs clefs de performance[modifier | modifier le code] Un indicateur clef de performance permet de répondre aux objectifs suivants : évaluationdiagnosticcommunicationinformationmotivationprogrès continu Démarche d'utilisation[modifier | modifier le code] Les indicateurs clefs de performance sont utilisés dans la présentation de tableaux de bord de gestion, ils doivent être régulièrement mis à jour. Outils de gestion[modifier | modifier le code] Les indicateurs clefs de performance sont bien souvent l'agrégat de données provenant du système d'information. Dans le premier groupe on peut notamment positionner les nombreux ETL (Extract-Transform-Load) du marché. Voir aussi[modifier | modifier le code]