We all know ideas are a dime a dozen. So how do you know if your idea is worth pursuing? My b-school friends say that a good vetting question is, [...]
Rail technology leader Bombardier Transportation and Plan India, a child centered community development organization, celebrated 175 Saksham Youth age ...
Quarterback, a social enterprise startup driving mutual advancement among nonprofits and MBAs, announces its participation in global Pro Bono Week fro ...
So Where do all the Fair Trade Social Premiums Go? A story about how Fair Trade tomatoes grow into a school in Guanajuato, Mexico by José Vílchez-Azcona Many people criticize Fair [...]
Statistically, failure is the most likely option for a startup and getting to that point can take long hours for years. This daunting fact in itself makes entrepreneurship seem like [...]
July 9, 2013 /3BL Media/ – American DreamBuilder: The Women’s Business Creator was recently introduced at the third meeting of Clinton Global Initiative America in Chicago. The program provides online [...]
05/31/2013 in Play Blog by Stephanie Larson Most college students would do (almost) anything for a chance to talk to experts in their field. After all, nothing beats that kind of real world [...]
Brine Science: How Salt and Ingenuity Purify Water for Thousands in Asia and Africa Early last summer, Sister Mary Ethel Parrot dropped by the office of WaterStep, a Louisville charity [...]
This week, Designed Good was able to chat with the founders of OAK Lifestyle – an awesome company in Austin, Texas that has designed backpacks with an Ordinary Acts of Kindness message – and [...]
Let me start off by saying, I dreamed about a movement like Occupy Wall St. starting in America when I first became aware of the youth uprising in Egypt. I [...]