By Neil Parmar
The process of launching a start-up anywhere in the world is rife with challenges
But entrepreneurs in the Middle East and North Africa who are looking to get a leg up in the future should keep their attention focused on holding on to their most talented workers.
In the United States, many angel investors and tech entrepreneurs warn of a coming talent war. Already, in some cases, certain enterprises are experiencing the impact of a skills drift.
As the number of individual start-ups based there has grown in recent years, the overall ability for each one to create a deeper suite of products or services has weakened. One of the problems at hand?……Read Full Article »