Category Archives: Social business

When people ask how business can benefit from social activities – learnings  in India 

Often I’m asked: How was it in India? What did you experience? Is it safe? There must have been a lot of poverty?! Do you go back again? Working with a NGO as a business representative ?A lot of questions … Continue reading

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Do Not do things just better, but differently 

“Over time, markets change so much that it’s not enough to be better at what you do. You need to do something differently.” That’s what I stumbled across in one of the articles on business innovation and what does not … Continue reading

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Silicon Indian Valley tour – Innovindia.  A training  on social entrepreneurship & innovative business models with impact

Just as a reminder: The next disruptive leadership experience is coming. Apply till 18 February at http://www.innovindia.org.  What is Innovindia? This training week in rural India will be a real challenge to you and to your way to think innovative … Continue reading

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Understanding how to implement successfully a water project in the slums

Recently, Philippe de Roix has shared this video with me on his work. The video shows how he started his social entrepreneurial work in the Philippines and Bangladesh, which impact it has and what he was able to change in … Continue reading

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Dreams in life – talking to a shop assistant in Mangalore, #India 

Early in the morning,  a few days back in Mangalore/India I passed at a shoe shop. One of those branded shoe shops that you can find in every and each big mall in the cities. Inside five, six shoe assistants … Continue reading

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