The National Intellectual Capital Yearbook 2019 has been published and can be accessed here
The General Assembly of the New Club of Paris 2019
on July 10 at 6 pm
L’Hotel des Arts et Métiers, 9bis Avenue d’Iena 75116 Paris
Initiated by NCP member Anne Kjaer Riechert, Berlin, http://l.facebook.com/l/rAQHNn3DrAQHpyTabpqWyLgOtq0r8fj5czleRGODjUDB8yg/www.ft.com/intl/cms/s/0/15630070-0642-11e6-9b51-0fb5e65703ce.html?siteedition=intl%23axzz477heAD00
Karmen Jelčić , Pirjo Ståhle, Waltraut Ritter, Eunika Mercier-Laurent, Sladjana Cabrilo, Paola Paoloni
Women initiatives flourish – Women Entrepreneurs, Women in Leadeship, Women in Technology Women in ICT…
However, a majority of women in business – SE Europe, rural areas or women entrepreneurs lacking higher education – are still unaware of the role and value of intangibles / intellectual capital for their business and thus miss the opportunity to manage it effectively for improved value creation, competitiveness and sustainable growth.
The NCP women task force group was founded in aim to enhance the visibility of NCP through collaborative actions and projects related to women and IC. We are at the stage of dynamic definition of women contribution to the current EU (and world) challenges.
Each member comes from a different European country, and brings in different perspectives on the position, opportunities and difficulties of women in business enabling unique insights and synergies.
The first event will be “café philo” at the Open Innovation 2.0 https://ec.europa.eu/digital-single-market/en/news/open-innovation-20-conference-2016
Some topics for discussion will be given shortly. Your suggestions welcome.
The Worldbank Knowledge Economy Index ranks Myanmar as second lowest among 157 countries across all key variables relating to ICT, innovation, education as well as economic incentive and institutional regime; Transparency International’s 2013 Corruption Perception Index lists Myanmar in the bottom group of countries, and the most recent Internet World Statisticsreport (2012) shows that internet penetration is around 1%, although with the entry of two international telecom operators,Telenor and Ooredoo,rolling out voice and data services nationwide starting this month, these figures are expected to move up fast. The growth of internet access in Myanmar will predominantly be mobile internet access. 7% of the population use mobile phones; the lowest cost for an Android smartphone (with Myanmar font) is 60-70 USD and a SIM card with data services cost between 5 and 130 USD, depending on the channel through which one gets access to a SIM. Huawei’s smartphones are the market leader at the moment, followed by Samsung.
Dear Friend and Member of New Club of Paris,
Thank you for your great contributions creative initiatives and energizing commitments during 2013. Attached is a pdf with some highlights and photos. (NCP 2013 Annual Summary.PDF)
Now we look forward to another year of NCP progress.
Chairman and Co-Founder of New Club of Paris
Dear friends and members of the NCP,
As many of us take this period of the year for reflection, contemplation and making new plans with (hopefully) new optimism, I would like to join this move, not giving a long report rather than looking forward to what we have and still may achieve together.
News form the consultancy scene: Digital capital comes before intellectual capital?
Finally the ‘traditionalists’ in economy also discover, that more items have to go into GDP and Balance Sheet analysis than only monetary data.
The Rise of the Intangible Economy: U.S. GDP Counts R&D and Artistic Creation.
– Bloomberg Businessweek, by Peter Coy on July 18, 2013