Professor Michael Goldberg discussed the “entrepreneurial mindset” in a Facebook Live chat with young leaders and entrepreneurs from across Latin America & the Caribbean and Sub-Saharan Africa, sharing advice on how to launch and grow their businesses and create change in their communities.
YLAI Network member Mauricio Talbott Fajardo shares how businesses can succeed in an evolving marketplace.
Mauricio Talbott Fajardo ¡Hasta el 80 por ciento de los emprendimientos dejan de existir antes de cumplir 3 años! ¿No es aterrador? Bueno, esto es lo que impulsa a todos a poner manos en el asunto y prepararse para sobrevivir. Cuando era niño, las empresas tenían 50, 60 y más de 100 años, ahora las … Read More »
I’ve developed my own steps for successful presentations—and I’m sharing all 10 of them here.
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.
Wilbert St Fort représentait Haïti au VIIIe Sommet des Amériques et au Forum des jeunes des Amériques qui se sont tenus à Lima, au Pérou, du 10 au 14 avril 2018.
Wilbert St Fort represented Haiti at the VIII Summit of the Americas and the Young Americas Forum in Lima, Peru, from April 10 to 14, 2018. We (the YLAI Network team) asked him a few questions about his experience at these events to share with the entire YLAI Network.
“Today knowledge is not power, but sharing knowledge is.” – Business.com
If you look at the most successful people in any field, you’ll almost always see someone incredibly talented in the art of self-promotion.
After you have launched your organization, one of the biggest challenges is attracting customers and clients. You may be offering a product or service that will change your community, your country or your world for the better, but the impact of your project or organization depends on people knowing about it.