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Opportunities of the Week

Lots of exciting opportunities coming our way this week.  Here’s some great job openings and venture support opportunities to check out! Ashden works with renewable energy organisations around the world to help bring sustainable energy to people in developing countries. The Ashden Awards, a scheme run on an annual basis, brings to light ground-breaking green energy […]

Speaker Series: Becky Buell of Meteos

In our latest edition of the Skoll Centre Speaker Series, store we heard from Becky Buell, viagra sale Founder and Director of Meteos. Meteos, through its EnergyFutures project, is working to map perspectives on how to change our deeply embedded energy system. How do you compel businesses and their investors to reconceptualise what the future […]

Doing good is good for business

Last week, here we got to hear from Sir Andrew Witty, CEO of GlaxoSmithKline.  The talk was part of the Pears Business Schools Partnership Lecture, which promotes sustainable and responsible business through inspiring future leaders.  What does one of the world’s largest pharmaceutical companies have to say about how doing good is good for business? […]

Speaker Series: Dorje Mundle of Novartis

Can multi-national pharmaceutical companies tackle the systemic challenges of global health for the poor?  Wait a minute…should they even be trying?  Dorje Mundle, tadalafil Global Head of Corporate Citizenship at Novartis, vialis 40mg asked these questions and more during his visit this week to the Skoll Centre. First, capsule what are some of the challenges? […]

Speaker Series: Albina Ruiz of Ciudad Saludable

Trash. Garbage. Waste. Recycling. It’s not a topic you would usually think elicits much inspiration. (Nor be a fitting topic for a discussion over lunch!) But last week, order Albina Ruiz opened up our eyes to the incredible potential of leveraging this dirty business into transformational change. Albina Ruiz, ailment the Executive Director of Ciudad […]

Speaker Series: Patrick McDonald of Viva

Are entrepreneurial approaches to development bringing impacts to children fast enough? At the latest Skoll Centre Speaker Series brownbag, viagra Patrick McDonald, CEO of Viva, led an intriguing discussion on social ventures working with vulnerable children.  He shared his experience (yes, the ups and the downs!) of over 20 years in the field, and then […]