Startup Weekend (India): Social Entrepreneurship in Action

Waxing UnLyrical

there is a lot that goes before a successful company is formed. Second, I learned yet again how social media can engage participants as well as the outside world with what’s happening around you. Startup Weekend (India): Social Entrepreneurship in Action.

Entrepreneurship With a Family is for Crazy People

Stay N' Alive

If you want to see how crazy entrepreneurship actually is go follow my friend Dave McClure and listen to a few of his presentations (warning - lots of language). Entrepreneurship, without a family, isn''t for the faint of heart. Entrepreneurship alone is tough - really tough.

Here are 10 Utah Entrepreneurs You Need to Know

Stay N' Alive

Allan is now in his own startup, I believe as co-founder, this time starting a new, up-and-coming social commerce company called Piick. Some results of his leadership include the new LDS.org design, the new Mormon.org , and he is the reason for me working for the Church and some of the Church's turn towards social (not to discredit others that have also been involved in that effort, of course). I admit I don't know Tyler personally, but I certainly know his company.

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5 Blogging Tips From A Social Entrepreneur

ProBlogger

While the modern social entrepreneur may be heavily focused on ideals — whether they be ideological, concrete, or hopefully a mixture of both — it is necessary to use all of the relevant tools and technologies available to help your dream become a professionally sustainable reality.

StartupNation Blog " Blog Archive " Learn how to draw out your vision

Buzz Marketing for Technology

How do companies like Apple, Starbucks, Google and Southwest Airlines create raving fans, attract endless clients and become market leaders? Home > Blog > Running a Business > Blog article: Learn how to draw out your vision. StartupNation Blogs. Previous: I Will Choke One-out-of-Ten Advice-Givers. Learn how to draw out your vision. Written by: Rich Sloan. July 8th, 2008. 0 votes.

Climate Change, Poverty and The Great Horse Poo Debate of 1898

Laurel Papworth

Those people might be forgiven for thinking the whole climate issue belongs to those who “consume” – rich countries, fat cat companies & governments. My social enterprise, Selco India has provided 112,000 solar home systems to low income households and institutions.