I hate the term “female entrepreneurship.” We don’t call entrepreneurial endeavors led by men, “male entrepreneurship.” We just call it entrepreneurship. Unintentionally or not, “female entrepreneurship” implies a rare, or “wow, […]
Take five college friends, a strong appreciation of yerba mate, a naturally caffeinated South American beverage, and a desire to make a difference in ...
Rural America is constantly evolving to meet the needs of a changing global agriculture economy, and a new effort is underway to champion the women, m ...
Recently we ran a story about a very high-tech response to the water scarcity issue that plagues so many people around the world, especially in developing countries. It seems to [...]
Five early-stage businesses from Macomb, Oakland and Washtenaw counties will receive a total of $275,000 in funding in the inaugural round of awards from the Innovation Fund Macomb Community College, [...]
A few weeks ago, I caught up with the Founder of Bravehearts Expeditions, Dziedzorm JayJay Segbefia to share his wins and losses during his entrepreneurial journey with aspiring social entrepreneurs. [...]
Entrepreneurs are the key drivers of the U.S. economy, accounting for a majority of the nation’s new job creation and innovations. According to a survey of the U.S. Census Bureau, [...]
Generally speaking, electronic circuits and water don’t get along too well, though, in fact, they enjoy a complex and somewhat interdependent relationship. A somewhat novel example of that relationship became [...]
This summer, a small armada of vessels from all over the globe will converge in the Pacific Ocean. Their arrival is expected to herald what arguably can be called one [...]