Posts tagged development

DO: Save Hamilton Type Museum and America’s largest collection of Wood Type

The Hamilton Wood Type & Printing Museum hosts the largest collection of wood type in the United States and is being evicted from it’s current building for developers. A place it has occupied since 1926. The museum needs help in funding its new home. Don’t let a valuable resource of our design history disappear!

Thanks, Zoe-Zoe

DO: Save Hamilton Type Museum and America’s largest collection of Wood Type

The Hamilton Wood Type & Printing Museum hosts the largest collection of wood type in the United States and is being evicted from it’s current building for developers. A place it has occupied since 1926. The museum needs help in funding its new home. Don’t let a valuable resource of our design history disappear!

Thanks, Zoe-Zoe

Is the Social Enterprise Bubble About to Burst?
Social enterprises are transforming development work, and social entrepreneurs are being hailed as rock stars. But are these do-good companies just another business trend? Social entrepreneurs talk about profit vs. impact, being treated as ‘godly human beings,’ and whether or not their bubble is about to burst.
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Is the Social Enterprise Bubble About to Burst?

Social enterprises are transforming development work, and social entrepreneurs are being hailed as rock stars. But are these do-good companies just another business trend? Social entrepreneurs talk about profit vs. impact, being treated as ‘godly human beings,’ and whether or not their bubble is about to burst.

Read more on GOOD→ 

Amber Waves of Gain: One Woman’s Cereal Business Fights Malnutrition 
Social businesses started by Westerners aren’t the only organizations changing how African development work is done. Africans like Marie Konaté, the founder of fortified cereal business Protéin Kisée-Là, are also creating social businesses that spur development. Konaté wants to be a role model for others.
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Amber Waves of Gain: One Woman’s Cereal Business Fights Malnutrition 

Social businesses started by Westerners aren’t the only organizations changing how African development work is done. Africans like Marie Konaté, the founder of fortified cereal business Protéin Kisée-Là, are also creating social businesses that spur development. Konaté wants to be a role model for others.

Read more on GOOD→