Global Envision: exploring market-driven solutions to poverty
A door-to-door sales company in Uganda is giving a shot at entrepreneurship to would-be entrepreneurs who don’t want to risk everything.
Event recap: An evolving job market and outdated education system has left millions of youth around the world without the skills or opportunities to get a decent job after graduation. Microsoft wants to change that.
A new tech event in Portland is promising to turn local entrepreneurs into global problem-solvers.
Lack of energy access does more then keep households in the dark: it also limits economic development and exacerbates health problems. An interview with Will Barron about innovative ways to make solar electricity and efficient cookstoves available in the marketplace in Timor-Leste.
In the isolated Gaza Strip, economic instability is a constant. But Gaza Sky Geeks is helping the region capitalize on one of its biggest assets: its technical graduates. We interview its program manager, Reem Omran.
Want to see just how fast financial inclusion is spreading? Just map it.
In the next 15 years, the number of people in the consuming class will double and, for the first time ever, emerging markets will have more purchasing power than developed economies combined.
Social enterprise is popping up in startup competitions around the developed world, but tech-savvy social entrepreneurs from developing countries are scoring wins and turning heads as well.
Social enterprise is so new that many aspiring entrepreneurs don’t know where to begin. They can now find their way thanks to a new guide stocked with advice from the field.
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