Changemaking: Karma Cola – What Goes Around Comes Around

 

 

Karma Cola is a cola made with Fairtrade and organic ingredients including cola nut from Sierra Leone. I first took note when I saw the funky packaging via Choolips on instagram. Check out the video to find out the story of Karma Cola. 

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Showcasing, Encouraging and Supporting Creative Entrepreneurship

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I observe that the term "entrepreneur" is nowadays appreciated for the wide-encompassing tile that it is. There are so many types of entrepreneurship.
To name a few:

 

Intrapreneurship

Behaving like an entrepreneur in your role as an employee of an organisation.

 

Necessity entrepreneurship

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Getting Down to Business at the 2013 Women of the World Festival (WOW 2013)


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Great things happen when women come together

In a little over a week, the 2013 Women of the World Festival at London's Southbank Centre begins. Last year was my first experience of WOW and I listened to a myriad stimulating talksI spoke and shared ideas, learned that I'm funny and embraced my reticent inner fashionista! I'm incredibly excited about doing it all again and this year's line-up of events is even more enticing than before.

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Interview with Social Entrepreneur Laura Marano of Green-Safari

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I'm happy to introduce you all to Laura Marano, the driving force behind Green-Safari, a social enterprise that offers volunteer-tourism packages in Tsavo East, Kenya. With Green-Safari, not only do you get to experience the beautiful fauna and flora of one of Kenya's largest national parks, along with a stint at the Coast for some sea and sand – you also engage with local communities and support local social enterprises which contribute to the local community infrastructure (e.g. schools, sanitation, farming practices). Furthermore, Green-Safari is working on making the beauty of our wilderness accessible to all, no matter your abilities or diverse needs.

In this interview, Laura shares how she's gotten her social business off the ground. It's an inspiring story of how you can turn a negative situation into a fulfilling career by pursuing your passions, taking initiative and believing in yourself. 

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