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How creative office spaces boost productivity and loyalty

One thing both startups and established international corporations have in common is trying to increase productivity and incite innovation. A major factor in achieving this over the past several years has been figuring out which workspaces work best.

In the next quarterly issue of Thinkruptor Magazine, we’ll be touching on the subject of managing today’s startup staff and product teams and asking a few experts for advice on this. In the meantime, we took a look at how some growing companies are applying creativity in office spaces to be more successful. (more…)

18 Amazing world locations where startup founders can (and should) go on workation

With a growing global remote workforce, busy startup founders and entrepreneurs might be missing a vital piece of the big picture. While the first years of operating a successful startup can be chock full of riveting moments and business travel, it also means plenty of sleepless nights and no vacation time. (more…)

Applying Blockchain Technology in Foreign Aid and International Development

2017 was a major breakout year for blockchain technology and cryptocurrencies. From the explosion in ICO projects to the mainstream frenzy around cryptocurrency prices, blockchain technology and its application has dominated the conversation among multiple sectors. (more…)

A new wearable is harnessing the sense of touch to disrupt the way computers communicate

The Moment screenless watch transmits information through haptic feedback. Somatic Labs CEO and cofounder Shantanu Bala talks about the importance of being able to iterate quickly and how this fairly new startup found simplicity to be the key when introducing new technology. (more…)