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February 3, 2016

#generationE – London Business School is empowering the next generation of entrepreneurs

Summary: February 19, 2016 | #generationE | Technology, Media, Entrepreneurship | Buy Tickets Here

Don’t miss your chance to learn from Europe’s most innovative entrepreneurs and investors. Engage with the thought-leaders shaping tomorrow’s technology and media landscape. Network with like-minded entrepreneurs at the heart of London.

London Business School has long been a hotbed of entrepreneurial endeavour and we’re on a mission to inspire the next generation of dreamers and disruptors.   With our strong legacy in finance, strategy and new venture development, global alumni network and vibrant student community, London Business School is poised to ignite the [...]

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January 3, 2016

WeChat – The Mobile-First OS That Wants to Replace All Your Apps

Few people outside of China have heard about WeChat, yet over 600 million people spend around 3 hours within the app every day (http://wijnandjongen.nl/killer-app-of-this-decade-wechat-in-china/), which is more than 70% of all time spent on apps in China. At it’s core, WeChat is a messaging app similar to Whatsapp. However, deeper user engagement features such as “Moments” and “People Nearby” as well as integrations with a variety of other services and ability to pay within the app are what makes WeChat truly unique.


WeChat was launched in 2011 by the publicly listed company Tencent that became famous for launching the QQ instant messenger in 1999. Although QQ [...]

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