Social Entrepreneurship

With social awareness firmly stamped into the psyche of this powerful market segment, companies need to change the way they
By: Max Wohlgemuth Kitslaar It wasn't the first time I placed myself far outside my comfort zone. Over the years the power
As entrepreneurs and CEOs, we all know the business benefits of "doing well by doing good" with studies continuing to show
What Made Shane Martincik a Social Media Marketing Genius? Today, Shane is a master of social media marketing/advertising
Local action to meet global goals will carry out the imperative to mitigate dangerous carbon emissions and adapt to the ever
This holiday season marked the 10th anniversary of the first shoe drive I held that eventually snowballed into the nonprofit
A company's purpose has to be more important than the company itself. And when companies embrace a guiding global purpose
"Cities are more than a place to live and work; they're a concentration of people, capital, ideas, art," explains Jascha
In 2014 the Moxie Foundation partnered with Ashoka U to a grow and expand social innovation and the concept of social entrepreneurship
Public private partnerships in action: SWEEP Our experience has shown that sanitation entrepreneurs are highly unlikely to
This blog was co-authored by Njideka Harry and Narges Khoramshahi, Women's Entrepreneurship Day, November 2016 There are
Here's how two women entrepreneurs are overcoming these obstacles: And what does the new landscape look like? Women are forging
Julie's buyer experience in the textile industry frequently traveling to the world's garment manufacturing hubs, involved
Co-Author Zuzana Palovic - CEE and Migration Expert With over 500 delegates attending, all VIPs, the event featured EU luminaries
Learning. Make opportunities to learn more accessible and available to all by addressing the cost of higher education and
The Rise of Social Entrepreneurship My favorite part of this year's summit was the screening of the short documentary Where
Will you make your voice heard and say enough is enough. No more of the senseless killings of unarmed Black men without cause by the police? Or will you remain silent?
As former U.S. president Bill Clinton once said, "Intelligence, dreams and the willingness to work are evenly distributed throughout the world." I believe that what we have to do is tap into the already existing and immense entrepreneurial energy for a greater social impact.
Here is another in my series of women entrepreneurs in Africa. Mariatheresa Kadushi from Tanzania attended my Design Driven Entrepreneurship class in Nairobi, Kenya. She was a participant in the YALI East African Regional Learning Center, a center opened by President Obama in the summer of 2015.