VIDEO: Three Women Winning At Social Entrepreneurship
A food truck that helps feed the poor, a startup that turns plastic bags into skyscrapers, and a tea bar starting a silent revolution. We salute the three tremendous women behind these purpose-driven enterprises.
Watch the video to hear from these inspiring female social entrepreneurs who are changing the world one business at a time.
Read more about the three amazing women featured.
Check out Luan Ee's food truck in Kerbside Gourmet,
Read our interview with BlueRen co-founder Wong Chui Ling,
And find more about Hush Tea Bar founder, Anthea Ong.
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The Man Who Works Hard For Female Empowerment. (Indonesia) He already has a full-time job, but Fairoz Ahmad also runs a social enterprise that empowers low-income women in Indonesia. Why? He believes that women are the key to breaking the poverty cycle.
They Use Photography To Give Oppressed Women A Voice. (Hong Kong) “Photography gives voices to women who are traditionally silenced, who are denied a chance to express emotions.” Hear from Bonnie Chiu, co-founder of Lensational - a social enterprise that empowers women through photography, and raises awareness of life through their eyes.
My Heroine - Taiwan's Women Social Enterpreneurs Break The Glass Ceiling. (Taiwan) Women are natural-born leaders in the social enterprise space, a fact which is commonly attributed to female traits like compassion. Read about two female social entrepreneurs who are driving positive change in Taiwan.
If you know an inspiring female social entrepreneur that we missed, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We'd love to hear from you!
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