Paul Polak, an internationally acclaimed social entrepreneur who wants to eradicate poverty using business and technology. He is the author of the book Out of Poverty and founded International Development Enterprises, an NGO that ended poverty for 17 million people. Now, Paul and his team is working on empowering low-income farmers with reliable irrigation systems.
Panzanzee is Chicago’s social enterprise incubator, co-working space and continuous community. What is different and unique about Panzanzee from other co-working set-ups it the focus on sustainable financial and social impacts. They care about providing discovery, resources, trust and traction for entrepreneurs who are pursuing sustainable and socially impactful enterprises.
Social entrepreneurs change the world for the better. Envision Hawaii, a Hawaii nonprofit aiming to connect and encourage social entrepreneurs with supportive people in their community, features a monthly “First Tuesday” gathering with a local changemaker. Today’s speaker was Pono Shim, CEO of Enterprise Honolulu, an organization that has been working on economic development issues, [...]