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Jane Chen was so determined to save newborn infants’ lives, she moved to India to get her venture off the ground
Why The Big Issue, a magazine distributed by people facing extreme poverty, is a business, not a charity
Why is it so hard to persuade people in the developing world to adopt life-enhancing innovations?
The Nobel Peace Prize laureate shares how a reverse mindset can bring value to your life
Stephen J Anderson’s hands-on approach to marketing research took him from London Business School to the townships of South Africa.
In Zimbabwe, 75% of the population is involved in start-ups. Some of the leading entrepreneurial countries in the world are in Africa.
Amit Mehra’s story continues. So far, he has incubated an innovative idea within a large company. Next up – the management buyout
How a large company incubated a small, inventive one, helping millions of farmers along the way
Africa’s development is still patchy despite decades of foreign investment. Why?