The founder was deeply impacted by the story of a young girl who had disguised herself as a boy for 12 years in order to be allowed to attend school.
We take a closer look at the life and times of social entrepreneur, Janine Chiong.
This startup wants to make Singapore’s rigid, expensive education system accessible and free to everyone
Edusnap wants to make the simple act of asking questions free of charge for all students.
Why just be an ordinary online shopper? Philippine e-commerce site Beanstalk.PH lets you shop for a good cause
E-commerce is nothing new in Asia. And pairing a good cause with it – AKA social enterpreneurship – is a trend we’ve started to notice in some startups. In the Philippines, Beanstalk.PH is one example...
The concept of crowdfunding has been around for a couple of years, but has only been recently embraced by many, especially in the Southeast Asian region. We all know how crowdfunding can greatly help ...
The Impact Forum 2012: Igniting Capital Markets for Social Good is a global conference focusing on examining the latest developments in the Impact Investing and Social Enterprise space in Asia Pacific...
"Long-term, I’ve placed my bets on Singapore... for one the government is set on building Singapore’s entrepreneurial and philanthropic sectors."
Starters is new monthly mixer specially catered to social entrepreneurs and change makers! Its not just about talking anymore, its about standing up, going out and taking action.
Shokay co-founder Carol Chyau, who was recently in town the past November for TEDxKRP, shares her experience building a social business.
Always wanted to help society or contribute in some way but didn’t know how? Learn from the leaders themselves at the S@S Social Enterprise Challenge Panel Discussion!