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Global Entrepreneurship Week 2017 with #DOTYouth

For Global Entrepreneurship Week 2017, three #DOTYouth hosted Facebook Live video chats about their experiences as entrepreneurs, ...

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A youth-led economy of social good could change education systems — and the world

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3 Ways to Find Funding for Your Social Enterprise in Africa

Finding capital for a project can be challenging, and this is no exception for those starting social enterprises. Young people worldwide face the greatest difficulty in finding funding. Much of this is because of a struggle to access formal banking services. In fact, young people are 44% less likely to save money through a traditional banking institution. Luckily there are other ways for young changemakers to get funding. These funding methods often match the qualities of social entrepreneurs themselves — innovative, flexible, and wanting to make a change. Mobile Loans Mobile financial services have revolutionized the way money is saved and transferred in Sub-Saharan Africa. But did you know many mobile money services also ...

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How Entrepreneurship Translates Around the World

The definition of what makes an entrepreneur is different for everyone. In the English language, however, the dictionary definition is ...

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