Tag Archives: entrepreneurs

Moving with the Market in India

An man from the slums of India makes his living by doing the dangerous work of painting high-rise towers in Kolkata.

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Amidst the War, Find Music on the West Bank

Hidden within Palestine’s contested West Bank, one man brings joy through music to the local people.

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Traditional Handicrafts in Peru

Civil strife has forced a craftsman from the mountains of Peru to live off what he can create with his hands.

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Ghana’s Bamboo Bicycles

An enterprising Ghanaian man works with a team of locals to produce stunning bicycles from bamboo.

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Solar Sustainability in Egypt

An innovative start-up in Egypt provides a means for local farmers to use clean solar energy on their farms.

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Bolivia’s Fair Trade Gold

A Fair Trade certified gold mine in Bolivia offers a sustainable solution to a typically exploitative industry.

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Win-Win Entrepreneurship in Iran

An Iranian farmer has devised a way to both help nomads move their herds, and protect his farmland.

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Seizing Opportunity in Myanmar

A father and son leap to fill a needed role in the emerging market of Myanmar.

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Haiti: Rebuilding the Right Way

After the devastating earthquake in 2011, one Haitian civil engineer took it upon herself to rebuild Haiti the right way.

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Female Entrepreneurship Thrives in Poland

Poland leads the charge on female entrepreneurship, with more than one-third of its companies run by women.

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