While some entrepreneurs create an enterprise to make money others create it to make money and help improve the world around them. Two such men are Andrew Turton and Pete Ceglinski who being avid surfers began to get annoyed, if not downright frustrated by the amount of garbage they had to avoid in the ocean […]
This month’s column on “Social entrepreneur spotlight” arrived a little late than usual to the publisher. The reason for this was my inability to find a link between the presidential candidates and social entrepreneurship on time.
This month we are featuring a New Jersey local social entrepreneur, Tom Szaky, who “stopped viewing garbage as garbage and instead slowly started to see it as a commodity” by actively collecting “difficult-to-recycle packaging and products and repurposes the material into affordable, innovative products.” Who is Tom Szaky?
Social Entrepreneurial Organization Our blog focused on the finance industry this month, so I thought I would find a social entrepreneur from within the same field. However, the finance industry is more about organizations than individuals, though individuals do play a large role in the success or failure of their organizations.
Digital marketing is an essential facet of success for any company, regardless of the industry. However, for the local travel business, it is a non-negotiable aspect of success. There is simply no way a travel business can survive without having an integral digital presence.
75% of the world’s poorest countries are in Africa.
About 1 in 3 people living in sub-Saharan Africa are undernourished.
The U.N. Millennium Project stated that more than 40% of Africans do not have access to food regularly.