London Business School Review

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“If opportunity doesn’t knock, build a door”

Research finds educating girls has surprising effects in deprived communities.

By Ben Laurance

Female entrepreneurs are 63% less likely than men to get funding for their ventures.

By Aine Doris

Pioneering social inclusion innovator with a vision to radically redefine the traditional concept of a bank

By Steve Coomber

Why should the gig economy mark the end of employees? Here’s an alternative approach

By Anna Johnston

How did London Business School’s Incubator Programme help our 2016 cohort realise their collective ambition of building viable ventures?

By Rob Morris

By some estimates, half of the world's poor make a living as micro-entrepreneurs in developing countries.

By Ben Laurance

Choosing to grow something that is perishable is risky. Having better price information can reduce the risk.

By Kamalini Ramdas

The vast majority of fast-growing companies never take any angel or venture funding. Why should you?

By John Mullins

The business angel Michael Ter-Berg has been involved in, and investing in, early stage businesses for the last 20 years.

By Stuart Crainer

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