Friday August 7, 2020

How to make the most of what you don't have

In the modern world, seemingly worthless entities such as everyone else's waste products have the potential to become the entrepreneur's gold, writes Sean O'Sullivan.

3rd August, 2013
Zhang Yin became the first Chinese woman billionaire by, quite literally, turning trash into treasure.

Want to find out how to grow Ireland out of its current economic stagnation? Ask the first Chinese woman billionaire. More precisely, ask her how she got to be the first Chinese woman billionaire. She did it, quite literally, by turning trash into treasure. In order to get where it so desperately needs to go, Ireland must do just that.

Let me explain.

In 2006, Forbes magazine declared then 49-year-old Zhang Yin to have a...

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