Business

Breaking the glass ceiling

Social entrepreneurship is the way to help people and help yourself break through the glass ceiling. Here’s how two women did it.

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Business

Do what moves you

Speakers at the WIEF Social Enterprise Forum had set the example of doing what moved them and how they’ve made it become a business.

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Government Initiatives

Developing social enterprises

Social enterprises focus on more than profit. How can universities encourage social enterprise development and contribute to a better economy?

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Business

The struggle to educate

Yasmin Mubarak offers children something different from what other schools offer but he tells us how his entrepreneurial journey wasn’t easy.

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Business

Easy tools for dyslexia

20-year-old startup founder, Anand Chowdhary, made the first web reading tool for people with dyslexia at a weekend hackathon in 2016.

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Business

Shifts in education

Children must be educated, but these unconventional schools are doing things differently to help motivate students to learn.

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Innovation

Migration and jobs

As migrants face challenges adapting and entering the job market in Sweden, founder of Mitt Liv or My Life is helping them integrate.

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