ENTREPRENEUR BIZ TIPS: Embrace Your Inner PhilanthroPunk: John Kluge at TEDxTokyo (English)

ENTREPRENEUR BIZ TIPS: Embrace Your Inner PhilanthroPunk: John Kluge at TEDxTokyo (English)

Here’s Great Tip: Embrace Your Inner PhilanthroPunk: John Kluge at TEDxTokyo (English)


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John Kluge
Social Entrepreneur, Author, and Chief Toilet Hacker

Everyone poops. The problem, says John Kluge, is that 2.5 billion of us have no clean place to go, and that lack is generating massive troubles with global health, economic growth, and even education. John cofounded impact investment and business development firm Eirene, which regularly confronts ugly realities like poor sanitation, aging and illiteracy. Now he and his nonprofit group Toilet Hackers are putting the poop problem squarely on the socioeconomic agenda. The man knows what he’s doing. The co-author of Charity and Philanthropy for DummiesThe Philanthropunk Manifesto—will reveal how social entrepreneurs are employing the hard-edged ethos of punk rock to drive change.

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4 Replies to “ENTREPRENEUR BIZ TIPS: Embrace Your Inner PhilanthroPunk: John Kluge at TEDxTokyo (English)”

  1. Here's to the philanthropunks! Reaffirms the courage it takes to try and tackle social ills — inspiring and funny. Looking forward to more from John Kluge and a new generation of social entrepreneurs.

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