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  • Kerabu is a work in progress. So far there's a business plan, a blog and a draft of a book--all of which are about promoting a form of radical entrepreneurialism that is lucid, ecstatic and even sensual. (None too subtle, but that's why the blog is pretty and floaty--too many business blogs are IBM blue). My name is Hillary Johnson, and I'm the author of some books and a contributor to some other blogs (below), and sometimes write about business, entrepreneurialism and innovation for magazines like Inc.

    CONTACT: kerabuinc (AT) gmail.com

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July 14, 2005

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Jackie Danicki

This was a huge subject at the Innovate!Europe 2005 conference that I attended in Spain last month. People on this continent are not sure how to maintain - let alone - ground on innovation with all of the activity in Asia, and all of the Asian students who are going home with the PhDs in engineering and life sciences that they got from European (mostly British) universities. If people think Asia is booming now, they ain't seen nothing yet.

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