Female entrepreneurs aren’t just doing amazing things in the for-profit sector, they’re also some of the coolest social entrepreneurs out there. By Jessica Stillman (Editor, Women 2.0) Some founders aim to change the world by developing and selling cool new products, while others take a more direct route, starting businesses with the immediate aim of [...]
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This week, we look to some leading ladies in social entrepreneurship. By Angie Chang (Co-Founder & Editor-in-Chief, Women 2.0) Happy Arbor Day – the day where children plant trees ceremoniously around the country. Today at Women 2.0, we look to Arbor Day as a reminder to look broader at business and innovation. The double bottom [...]
By Laura Spiekerman (Research Analyst, Kopo Kopo) Shivani Siroya sees potential in entrepreneurs like Ms. Lakshmi, who distributes ice cream to high-end shops in India. Despite the demand in the market, her inventory and staff limit her to only 4 shops. In the United States, a small business lender might provide financing to increase [...]