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Leaders in social entrepreneurship have had to rethink existing approaches during the COVID-19 crisis.
For entrepreneurs in Africa, success can depend largely on mindset and culture.
Introducing new management ideas can be a slow process - pursuing adjacent possibilities and providing room for procrastination can be effective tools.
Officials should develop policies that improve SMEs’ access to markets, talent and finance and act as long-term partners when the private sector is unable.
What actions should social enterprise funders and philanthropic organizations take to reimagine their models and our world beyond the COVID-19 pandemic?
A year ago UpLink invited entrepreneurs to pitch solutions to global problems. Meet two successful innovators working to protect forests and purify water.
On this week's Radio Davos, we learn about a platform that is helping entrepreneurs around the globe scale their ideas to solve the world's challenges.
Each year the World Economic Forum names its new Young Global Leaders - a group of remarkable people under 40 from different communities and industries.
To combat growing inequality, we must give women-led micro, small- and medium-sized enterprises access to the finance and digital tools needed to keep up in modern business.
Entrepreneurship must integrate the following three aspects: ecological and social systems; collective responsibility for justice; and posture of learning.
New research into the persistent finance gap between male- and female-led start-ups reveals that accelerators don't necessarily help overcome that bias
The COVID Response Alliance for Social Entrepreneurs (CRASE) offers eight areas of collaborative action in support of social entrepreneurs around the world.
Supporting SMEs with ready connectivity and digital solutions will be critical to economic recovery following the pandemic – and to successfully achieving the SDGs.
Social intrapreneurs can create innovative business solutions to social or environmental problems, using the assets and resources of their own companies.
Encouraging Indonesians to buy locally produced goods is vital to supporting the country's entrepreneurs - as well as the national economy.