ENTREPRENEUR BIZ TIPS: How to profitably end poverty through entrepreneurship | Daniel Epstein | TEDxBarcelonaWomen

ENTREPRENEUR BIZ TIPS: How to profitably end poverty through entrepreneurship | Daniel Epstein | TEDxBarcelonaWomen

Here’s Great Tip: How to profitably end poverty through entrepreneurship | Daniel Epstein | TEDxBarcelonaWomen


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If we are going to have a chance in hell at putting a dent on global poverty, as entrepreneurs, we need to orient our efforts around removing the constraints faced by women and girls in poverty.

Daniel is recognized as a Forbes 30 Most Impactful Entreprenuer, by Inc. as a one of the 30 top entrepreneurs under the age of 30, and by the White House as one of the top 100 entrepreneurs under the age of 30. Daniel is the founder of Unreasonable Institute and Unreasonable Group. He is the director of the world’s first accelerator dedicated to meeting the needs of millsions of girls in poverty – The Girl Effect Accelerator and he is partner at Unreasoanble Capital – which is an investment fund focused on startups across emerging markets profitably solving problems related to endemic poverty. 100% of the investments in Unreasonable Capital track their impact on women and girls in poverty.

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2 Replies to “ENTREPRENEUR BIZ TIPS: How to profitably end poverty through entrepreneurship | Daniel Epstein | TEDxBarcelonaWomen”

  1. Thanks Daniel now how do we get access to these funds to create vehicles to drive women and girls out of poverty. Take the deep South where I live. I was actually ushered out of a local bank when I went in to inquire about a loan . They really silently was telling me You are never to ask for a loan. So you see no matter how educated and creative you may be it's a dark force on this planet that. blocks opportunity to certain folks. My grandfather was a productive farmer with employee back in the sixties now the farm lay idle for lack of funds to purchase equipment and supplies to get it going again. My grandfather came to one of our relatives in a dream to warm here that we must get the farm going again. So when I went to AgSouth the application was so discouraging I left without filling it out. So how can women and girls in the deep South get a startup or micro loan? I also wanted to start a program that access girls to products that address hygiene needs. Sanitary pads and others things are not provided thru ebt so if a girl family run short on cash she have to go to school wearing a roll up wash cloth wrapped around plastic bag for a pad. That is a shame in the richest country in the world. And by the way when you mentioned. Edison you left out Thomas Latimer. That's how it is
    we get left out even though we do most of the ideas. Thanks

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