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Design Jam tackles water safety in the Great Lakes

entreVersity writes: This is a great technique to empower students learning design through a “Design Jam” focused on water safety, in this instance, in the Great Lakes of Michigan. What is a design jam, exactly? Think of it as a mini think-tank; a space to collaborate and build solutions to Continue Reading

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Design Thinking Use Cases: Cradle to cradle coffee cups

entreversity writes: In the new Theory of Biosphere Entrepreneurship, McDonough and Braungart (see figure below) envision a world without waste, a world without poisons and a world in which all materials are continuously recycled. Cradle-to-cradle suggests that entrepreneurs must protect and enrich ecosystems, making them not just efficient but essentially Continue Reading

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Born-global social entrepreneurs

Don’t think for a moment that global entrepreneurship is for the private sector only! Today, no government, company or group, working alone, can solve a major issue. They have to work together.  They are called ‘born global social entrepreneurs’. Ageing population, unemployment, mental illness, cutting carbon emissions: solutions to these Continue Reading

Born global as a lifestyle

Born global entrepreneurs

A born-global business is a firm that has deliberately ventured overseas soon after their establishment (within two years).[i]  Thirty-five per cent of respondents to the 2017 Australian Business Foundation’s Born to be Global are ‘born global’ by this definition.[ii] Rod Cuthbert Acquired by TripAdvisor in 2014 for $200m, ‘curated’ travel Continue Reading

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