The biggest problem we face when selling solar lights to people in Africa is that, very often, they simply can't afford them.
For nearly a decade, Nigeria has been battling internal terrorism much like the rest of the world.
This year for Global Entrepreneurship Week we will be sharing inspirational stories of how entrepreneurs can provide a shining light of hope in even the darkest of situations.Today Kyaw M
This year for Global Entrepreneurship Week, we will be sharing inspirational stories of how entrepreneurs can provide a shining light of hope in even the darkest of situations.
In 2015 Social Enterprise UK reported that the proportion of social enterprises that grew their turnover was 52 per cent, compared with 40 per cent of SMEs.
Matthew was 30 years old when he was diagnosed with Schizoid Affective Disorder.
In 2012, Ashoka Fellow Riccarda Zezza returned from her second maternity leave to a senior position in a large European corporation.
Forget electric cars. One of the most interesting – if less glamorous – technological contests today is in the market for battery-powered buildings. That’s right: buildings powered by batteries.
"If you think of it, children starting school this year will be retiring in 2065. Nobody has a clue, despite all the expertise… what the world will look like in five years’ time.
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