‘A great black book’: how to exploit contacts for global success

Our report on serial entrepreneurship is mentioned in the next installment of a Guardian mini-series inspired by the CFE’s research.

Drive and determination are vital for an entrepreneur to succeed. Serial entrepreneurs, those that launch more than one business, often have to sustain this drive across international borders and multiple industries.

Could it be that traits common among serial entrepreneurs better prepare them for global success? According to a report by the Centre for Entrepreneurs and Coutts these include an ability to spot new opportunities, a willingness to delegate, an aptitude for building and exploiting a wide-ranging professional network.

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