Man standing in front of chalkboards reading 'Do the KIND Thing' (Courtesy of Daniel Lubetzky)

Daniel Lubetzky: Mixing business with 1 million kind acts [video]

The founder of KIND Snacks, Daniel Lubetzky, talks about building a business and improving the world with acts of kindness.
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Will your startup idea fit the market?

Why do most startups fail? Businesses must fit the market need to succeed. Tune in to a webchat to learn more about understanding your customers.
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Egyptian ingenuity attracts investment and mentors

Global partners who believe in the power of Egyptian entrepreneurship have helped startups, such as e-waste recycler RecycloBekia, overcome challenges.
Woman typing on a laptop computer (María Celeste Medina)

Coding a new future in Buenos Aires

María Celeste Medina has started her own software business and is building something else: a new generation of tech talent in Argentina.

Game on: How one woman guides Pakistan’s future developers

Sadia Bashir founded PixelArt Games Academy to give young game makers in Pakistan the chance to learn from experienced professionals.

This is where police get better at their jobs

Training at an International Law Enforcement Academy focuses on teaching participants to examine crime more analytically and to communicate better.

Creating a business: How to find the right mentor

Young African entrepreneurs discuss the importance of mentorship during a webchat sponsored by the U.S. Department of State's GIST program.

The Girl Effect Accelerator: Startups and mentors partner for positive change

The Girl Effect Accelerator seeks to mentor budding female entrepreneurs and help them present their ideas to potential investors.