2016 was undoubtedly a year of many dramatic exits-Globally Brexit continues to be a reality that many Britons are yet to come to terms with. Back at home, Vijay Mallya’s hurried midnight exit from the country and Cyrus Mistry’s ouster
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Brexit vote is nothing short of a tight punch in the face of European startup scene and we seriously don’t know if Europe can recover from it. In any tumultuous change, the weakest entities suffer the most, and in business,
Brexit has not only forced the global economic markets in a tizzy but has also put the tech startup space in doldrums. London, which has been hailed for long as the Europe’s startup capital, may lose its title to Berlin
George Carlin once said, “Never underestimate the power of stupid people in large groups.” It seems like that’s exactly what has happened in Britain. The whole world has been affected by the referendum vote, such as a steep drop in