Berlin-based startup Moss offers corporate credit cards and spending management services to Europe’s small and medium sized businesses (SMES).

“We are helping SMEs to digitize their finance department and improve the way they manage their spending,” says Eva Spannagl, Moss’ Director Strategy & Growth. “We offer invoice management, including uploading invoices and paying online, as well as liquidity management.”

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There’s a lot of uncertainty around what this year has in store. In his 26th exclusive column for The Innovator , Former Cisco Executive Chairman John Chambers, who was widely considered one of the best performing U.S. CEOs during his 25+ year tenure at Cisco, says he believes that 2023 will be a year that requires much agility, with thoughtful action behind every move.

Paying subscribers can read on to discover the four efforts that Chambers thinks leaders should make to move forward with confidence.

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Who: Björn-Sören Gigler is Deputy Head of the Digital Transformation Cluster at the GIZ, a German government agency which supports sustainable development and digital transformation globally. Gigler is currently coordinating the Data Economy and Blockchain flagship programs at the GIZ and is working closely with partner countries in Africa, Latin America, and Asia and EU member states on the Digital and Green Twin Transition Team Europe Initiative.

Topic: Shaping digital transformation to achieve climate goals

Quote: “Too often digital and sustainability programs work in parallel to each other. What is needed are innovative and holistic approaches that bring both transformations together.”

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SiQuance, a French fabless startup which launched in late November, aims to become a global leader in quantum technology by developing a quantum computer that is based on the same technological building blocks as standard silicon integrated circuits. To enable this, the company has developed a disruptive technology solution that transforms classical transistors to enable them to handle quantum bits known as qubits (the quantum equivalent of classical bits). By assembling qubits a new type of calculator can be created to solve intractable problems in fields such as as healthcare, engineering, meteorology and finance that are currently beyond the scope of classical computers.

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