Female Founders: Two Women Disrupt Shower Head Industry

The Startup Magazine

Vitaclean is also releasing a Shimmer, Coffee Coconut scrub in partnership with Solyna , a foundation that fights against human trafficking in Cambodia.

Join Techbikers 2016 – Paris to London

VC Cafe

Over the past 5 years, we’ve sponsored the building of 5 schools, 8 libraries and 3,000 scholarships for girls in Nepal, Cambodia and India. I invite you to join Techbikers 2016 , and cycle from Paris to London with fellow entrepreneurs, investors and techies. Why do we do this?

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Creating a movement

VC Cafe

We’re now over 500 strong, and have raised over $500,000 which were used to build 6 schools, 14 libraries and 300 scholarships for girls in Nepal, India, Bangladesh, Cambodia, Vietnam and Tanzania. “Unless someone like you cares a whole awful lot, Nothing is going to get better.

Entrepreneurship is hard but you can’t die

Steve Blank

The A-7 had been shot down over Cambodia. We Sleep Peaceably In Our Beds At Night Only Because Rough Men Stand Ready To Do Violence On Our Behalf. Everyone has events that shape the rest of their lives. This was one of mine. ——-. I’ve never been shot at.

VC Cafe Turns 9

VC Cafe

We raised over $200,000 so far for Room to Read, helping build 4 schools, 8 libraries and fund 3,000 scholarships for girls to attend school in Nepal, India and Cambodia. Last week LinkedIn reminded me that it’s been 9 years since I started VC Cafe (Dec 2005).

15 Entrepreneurs Discuss Why They Love Their Business

Hearpreneur

I love that I’ve been able to found a business where I still get to do what I love every day, but know that instead of selling something disposable, I’m helping provide clean water to people in Cambodia and saving children from sex trafficking or any one of 100+ other worthy causes.

Finance Fridays

Feld Thoughts

Kids from eight countries, including Cambodia, Eastern DR Congo, and Afghanistan, have participated in Dot-to-Dot projects. Last week I expressed my frustration with the current lack of financial literacy that I see all around me. In the spirit of Fred Wilson’s awesome blog series MBA Mondays , I’ve decided to write a series of posts about this and asked for suggestions.

The Rule of Law and the Global Poor

Thinking About Thinking

The scenarios I described are the all-too-common real-life stories of people in places like Rwanda, Guatemala, Bolivia, India, The Philippines, Cambodia, and many others. This weekend, I learned something fundamental and important about the plight of the global poor. I learned that for most of the global poor, they live in a world without the rule of law. What this means, quite simply, is that they live in a world where crimes committed against them go systematically unpunished.

How to Find Hundreds of Business Ideas

Up and Running

Like something you might stumble across in Cambodia, perhaps? For some people, coming up with ideas is as easy as spotting chewing gum on the sidewalk. For others, it’s nearly impossible.

Tired Of Your Job? Do Something Different With Escape The City

YoungUpstarts

Past “escapes” included managing a beach lodge in Mozambique, trekking across the Gobi desert, running a post office in Antarctica, or even clearing land mines in Cambodia. You’re tired of the same-old, same-old in your job.

The Impact of Techbikers – Part II

VC Cafe

9 libraries established in India, Nepal, Cambodia, and Bangladesh. 10 Literacy Instruction programmes implemented in South Africa, Nepal, Cambodia, and Bangladesh.

Steve Jobs as Joe DiMaggio – From Cupertino to Cooperstown

Up and Running

Everyone from Cupertino to Cooperstown to Cambodia to China. My last blog ended with a Simon & Garfunkel reference to Steve Jobs as our generation’s Joe DiMaggio and how Tech-Nation turns it’s lonely eyes to the Google guys – Larry & Sergey.

[Review] The Rise Of The New East

YoungUpstarts

Beneficiaries include ASEAN mainland cities like Thailand, Myanmar, Laos, Cambodia and Vietnam. Are China and India still the “factory” and “outsourced service provider” of the world? How big is the market for Muslim-friendly products and services?

Time to Go

Tony Wright dot com

Winter 2013 – Southeast Asia (Thailand, Vietnam, Cambodia). Late in May, my wife and I will be leaving home with nothing but 2 carry-on bags to travel the world for an indefinite period of time.

Rand Fishkin – Helping Customers Find You Online. The Everchanging World of Online Marketing

Business of Software Blog

This is Geraldine; she went to Cambodia recently she went without me, I was very sad but I had to build this presentation among others – and wrote about it. This is run by The Wildlife Alliance out in Cambodia.

The Life Of A Travelling Entrepreneur

TylerCruz.com: An Internet Entrepreneur's Journey

Cambodia 2004 – The day I found out I’m more lethal with a paper aeroplane than a M4 Carbine Assault Rifle. Kevin Muldoon is a webmaster and blogger who lives in Central Scotland.

Beth Kanter and Non-Profit Analytics

Watching Websites

It’ll help kids go to school in Cambodia!

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Labor Day! Let’s Celebrate the Workers

crowdSPRING Blog

in Cambodia, exploring temples, caves, and unusual foods that I can’t wait to hear about. “The worst crime against working people is a company which fails to operate at a profit.” ” ~ Samuel Gompers .