It's true that leaders emerge during times of crisis such as these. However, the best leaders are those who eventually work themselves out of a job, argues one social entrepreneur.
Community and humour are key components of Fish 2.0, the global network that connects investors and sustainable seafood entrepreneurs. Founder Monica Jain tells us why.
With much of Africa living in informal settlements, one enterprising young woman decided to bring quality healthcare to the people who previously couldn’t afford it.
In developing countries, the best and brightest don’t always go on to university. By applying investment principles to people, one social enterprise is changing that.
With a number of projects on the go in her native Florida, there’s no stopping social entrepreneur Felecia Hatcher in her desire to make the tech industry more diverse, inclusive and accessible.
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