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15 Free E-Books That Will Help You Be a Better Entrepreneur

No matter how long you have been in business there is always more to learn.<p>Whether you have only recently started entertaining the thought of striking out on your own or you've been an entrepreneur for a while, we can all agree on one thing, there is always more to learn. The other thing we can all …

Small Business

Best Beaches in Italy

How can you improve on an Italian getaway? Make it an Italian beach getaway. Here are the country's best spots for sun, sand, and scenery.<p>There’s …

Trip to Puglia, Bari, Trulli, Matera beaches, GoPRo Hero and gooseneck

Amazing Bars In Barcelona (PHOTOS)

Is it coincidence or divine intervention that one of the hottest nightlife destinations in the world has the word "bar" at the front of its name? It must have been written in the stars, seeing as this beautiful Spanish beach city seems to have as many watering holes as there are balls of gas …

Salvador Dalí

Where to See Flamenco in Spain

01 of 06<p>At a Festival<p>A flamenco festival is the best place to see flamenco in Spain. While some of the best stars tend to work at the …

Day Trips from Barcelona

The region of Catalonia, of which <b>Barcelona</b> is the capital, is a rich region with the Pyrenees in the north and the Costa Blanca coast to the …

Free things to do in Barcelona

Free things to do in Barcelona<b>Barcelona is a great city and what about visiting it for free</b>, this post is about free things to do in Barcelona, isn’t …

Barcelona

Local Hotspots in Barcelona

Being one of the most visited cities in the world, it can be a bit of a challenge to escape the throngs of tourists and find some authentic local culture in Barcelona. But the raging nightlife here isn't just for the year-round influx of travelers. The Catalonians are the ones who led the way in …

Barcelona

Beaches in Barcelona and Catalonia

01 of 10<p>Where are the Best Beaches in Barcelona?<p>What makes a beach 'the best'? For some, it's the one nearest to hand. What's the point in lazing on …

The Best Secret Garden in Barcelona

Twenty four years ago, Spanish artist and animator Javier Mariscal discovered an abandoned leather factory on Barcelona’s rundown east side. The …

Landscaping

Marine life: OneOcean by SCOB reinvents Barcelona's Port Vell

Of all the grand designs carried out in Barcelona for the 1992 Olympic Games, the overhaul of the city's waterfront is one of the most popular, both with locals and the great number of tourists who have flocked to see the reinvented city since then. Over two decades later, the Port Vell (or 'Old …

Architecture

Barcelona: An Insider's Guide to 24 Hidden Gems for Travelers

Want good advice about a destination? Find a local. Want great advice? Seek out locals who love their home so much they've made it their life's work to help visitors fall in love with it, too.<p>Offering visitors unrivaled expertise on Barcelona, locals Francesca Gufoni and Laura Coch work as Local …

Margot House, Barcelona, Spain

Following hot on the heels of the Wes Anderson-designed cafe that was opened at the Fondazione Prada earlier this year, another new hospitality venture, this time over in Barcelona, has tipped its hat to the acclaimed director's iconic oeuvre.<p>Called Margot House, the new boutique hotel takes its …

I Heart My City: Ashley’s Paris

<b>Ashley Fleckenstein</b> is an American (a Michigander to be more specific) photographer and travel blogger who spent an extended amount of time in Paris before embarking on a trip to explore the world. Even though her wanderlust has led her to Asia (at least until her money runs out), Ashley’s heart …

France

National Geographic Travel

National Geographic Travel

Off-the-Beaten-Path Romance

I have to laugh when I see things like “rented” swans, petal-strewn hotel beds, and string-quartet serenades. While truly fine hotels will go to great lengths to help you plan memorable romantic experiences (they might even secure those swans for you if you insist), I’m more interested in simple, …

Travel

Paris, France

Old classics have had a defiantly unconventional makeover across the City of Light

The 10 Coolest Neighbourhoods in Paris

These 10 cool Parisian neighbourhoods have infused their rich histories with a vibrant new generation of innovative restaurateurs, art galleries, …

The 10 Most Beautiful Bridges in the World

Sometimes architecture can be so singularly powerful that it comes to define a city—just try to imagine a Paris without the Eiffel Tower, or a Barcelona without the powerful influence of Gaudí. And while bigger, staggering buildings often get all of the love, there's something more democratic about …

Puglia’s charms are many: Italy’s overlooked ‘heel’ has a wealth of food, wine and unique architecture

Like many opinionated people who love to travel, I can be dead wrong about a place.<p>I sure was about Italy’s southern region of Puglia. A one-day stay …

Italy

Top 10 (Transport) Sights in Paris

Few tourists travel explicitly to see a city's or country’s mode of transportation, but I dare say that besides transport nerds such as myself, there …

Today's Must-Reads For Entrepreneurs: A Winning Elevator Pitch At Rice Competition

News and insights from around the Web:<p><b>Startups</b><p>Want to know how to give an elevator pitch? Watch the video above to see why Hygia Sanitation’s 60-second pitch was named the best of the 42 given at last week’s Rice Business Plan Competition. Here’s how it begins: “Hi. Did you take a crap today? Yes? …

Michael J. Fox

Ideo: The 7 Most Important Hires For Creating A Culture Of Innovation

Sure, founders set a tone. But they aren’t the only ones who shape workplace culture, writes Ideo’s Mollie West.<p>We all fear the job that looks great on paper and is a nightmare in practice. What makes some companies great to work for and others a disaster? The answer: good workplace culture. It’s …

Applying Inspirational Design Thinking to Tackle Breakthrough Innovation

A society's progress depends upon the quality of the questions it asks itself and to know what questions to ask today in order to secure a sustainable future.<p>One question could be: "Why design something at all?" Our society obsesses over entrepreneurship, innovation and design for creating growth, …

This Is Where Most People Drop the Ball in Business

<i>The Entrepreneur Insiders network is an online community where the most thoughtful and influential people in America’s startup scene contribute</i> …

Innovation Is Not About Digital, It's About Culture

Companies can outsource innovation. They can launch accelerators, incubators and hackathons. They can even invest in startups with options to own the company down the road. They might even form commercial partnerships which blend their products with those of newer, shinier players. But when it …

Innovation