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UNZOMBIFY: CSI 12.07.10 →
kararondina: Why do we setup businesses? CSI night started with this Peter Drucker question in Prof. Villegas’ presentation. As most people would have thought, business is for profit-making. But essentially, businesses MUST create value and make the world better, as exemplified by Jack Welch’s “we bring good…
WHEN BRANDS TEAM UP FOR THE PLANET →
humanbe: Adidas, Gap, WalMart, Timberland, Patagonia, Levi Strauss… 30 brands of clothing and footwear unite under the banner of the “Sustainable Apparel Coalition” to create a database capable of evaluating the ecological impact of the whole sector. Through multi-stakeholder engagement, the Coalition seeks to lead the industry toward a shared vision of sustainability built upon a common...
33needs: IdeaMensch interview →
joshtetrick: My interview with our awesome friends at IdeaMensch about 33needs. Link to full article: http://ideamensch.com/josh-tetrick/ What are you working on right now? Working to popularize the idea of people-powered investing through 33needs.com. 3 trends that excite you? The…
What is worse than having no sight is being able to see but having no vision.– Helen Keller (via quote-book)
Gawad Kalinga photos -- reblogged...
dhangzy: Our Newly renovated GK Baseco Community Center! Can’t wait for the turn-over ceremony this Thursday! The Best for the least! <3
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Social Entrepreneurship and the Common Brand |... →
04 Social Entrepreneurship and the Common Brand Fast Company — WWW.FASTCOMPANY.COM PUBLISHED ON FEBRUARY 04, 2011 As GOOD magazine reported yesterday, Alex Bogusky and John Bielenberg, have launched a new social entrepreneurship platform called COMMON that is part incubator and part creative community that enables collaboration to find better solutions to pressing social problems. Bogusky, who...
Crushing the Book: Mighty Social Media Quotes That... →