In this week’s Brain Boost: India’s New Startup Engine, the Parkinson’s Glove, and Engagement in Gaming.
India’s new startup engine
Narendra Modi has led a drive to change policies and announced new programs to support startups in India. India’s new startup engine includes tax exemptions, simplified regulations, intellectual property reforms, funding training, and more. If you’re interested in learning the details of his programs and proposals, you can check out the original article here.
A simple and effective Parkinson’s innovation
Twenty five-year-old Feii Ong, in London, has developed a glove that uses gyroscopes to counterbalance the hand tremors experienced by Parkinson’s patients. This is a really simple technology and this should be a lesson that innovation is about effectiveness, not complexity. You can read more about this story here.
Gaming’s internet dominance
Right now, four of the top 5 trending stories in the tech space online pertained to gaming. Xbox is re-releasing Witcher 2 game, there’s a new Sonic the Hedgehog game, Blizzard Entertainment has promised four million dollars in prize money for live gaming events related to Blizzard games, and Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege game is about to be released. So, if you’re trying to reach a tech-savvy audience, there is a lot of engagement that centers around games.
There’s a new Premium tutorial live on the Eazl YouTube channel and in all of Eazl’s Growth Hacking courses, where you can learn how to pull data from your Google Analytics platforms into spreadsheets and then publishe them to a private site that you can share with members of your team. This is a really excellent way to save time and automate the delivery of your analytics.
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