Entrepreneurship is a contact sport. I’ve weathered plenty of ups and downs, lost key customers, survived production disasters, endured the rising cost of goods, and watched the market flood with competition—and that was just in my first six years!
Women investors are leading the charge in increasing access to capital, resources, and networks for women entrepreneurs.
Hilary Binder-Aviles shares how to navigate step by step the questions they should consider when giving back and helping communities and shifted the perspective to focus on making a difference through stakeholder engagement and listening to what people need in their communities.
La “responsabilidad social” puede añadirse a la creciente lista de expresiones de moda que líderes comunitarios y emprendedores utilizan para mejorar su reputación.
“Social responsibility” can be added to the growing list of buzzwords that community leaders and entrepreneurs employ to enhance their reputation — but recently a leading American NGO expert challenged YLAI Network members to deploy self-awareness in their approach to bringing forth positive social change.
Brian Savitzky started his social enterprise, ítaca Perú, with the idea of creating a better society by educating a generation of leaders right in his hometown of Piura, Peru.
Community leaders do not need titles, they just need followers and resources to change the world. Let’s make sure we are creating the space for leaders to grow and teaching them how to properly evaluate their successes and dreams.
Pedro Crespedes Flandoli, an Ecuadorian YLAI Fellow from 2017, recently attended the Open Government Partnership meeting in Argentina. We asked him to share some of his thoughts on transparency, good governance, and the importance of the access to information.
Pedro Crespedes Flandoli, de Ecuador y becario de YLAI desde 2017, asistió recientemente a la reunión de la Asociación de Gobierno Abierto (en inglés) en Argentina.