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True grit: saving babies through innovation

Jan Chen

Jane Chen was so determined to save newborn infants’ lives, she moved to India to get her venture off the ground

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How to set up a social enterprise

Kathy Brewis

Why The Big Issue, a magazine distributed by people facing extreme poverty, is a business, not a charity

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Too busy to innovate?

Thomas Zhang

Why is it so hard to persuade people in the developing world to adopt life-enhancing innovations?

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Muhammad Yunus on the value of thinking opposite

Muhammed Yunus

The Nobel Peace Prize laureate shares how a reverse mindset can bring value to your life

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Learning the hard way: the value of action research

Kathy Brewis

Stephen J Anderson’s hands-on approach to marketing research took him from London Business School to the townships of South Africa.

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Could fewer entrepreneurs mean greater prosperity?

Rajesh Chandy

In Zimbabwe, 75% of the population is involved in start-ups. Some of the leading entrepreneurial countries in the world are in Africa.

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When Goliath helped David: part one

Anna Johnston

How a large company incubated a small, inventive one, helping millions of farmers along the way

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When Goliath helped David: part two

Anna Johnston

Amit Mehra’s story continues. So far, he has incubated an innovative idea within a large company. Next up – the management buyout

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How to get ahead in Africa

Kathy Brewis

Africa’s development is still patchy despite decades of foreign investment. Why?

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True grit: saving babies through innovation

Jan Chen

Jane Chen was so determined to save newborn infants’ lives, she moved to India to get her venture off the ground

Read now

How to set up a social enterprise

Kathy Brewis

Why The Big Issue, a magazine distributed by people facing extreme poverty, is a business, not a charity

Read now

Too busy to innovate?

Thomas Zhang

Why is it so hard to persuade people in the developing world to adopt life-enhancing innovations?

Read now

Muhammad Yunus on the value of thinking opposite

Muhammed Yunus

The Nobel Peace Prize laureate shares how a reverse mindset can bring value to your life

Read now

Learning the hard way: the value of action research

Kathy Brewis

Stephen J Anderson’s hands-on approach to marketing research took him from London Business School to the townships of South Africa.

Read now

Could fewer entrepreneurs mean greater prosperity?

Rajesh Chandy

In Zimbabwe, 75% of the population is involved in start-ups. Some of the leading entrepreneurial countries in the world are in Africa.

Read now

When Goliath helped David: part one

Anna Johnston

How a large company incubated a small, inventive one, helping millions of farmers along the way

Read now

When Goliath helped David: part two

Anna Johnston

Amit Mehra’s story continues. So far, he has incubated an innovative idea within a large company. Next up – the management buyout

Read now

How to get ahead in Africa

Kathy Brewis

Africa’s development is still patchy despite decades of foreign investment. Why?

Read now