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The forge of ingenuity: social entrepreneurs innovate through challenges

Social entrepreneurship – After more than fifty years it is still hindered by the perception that all social good should be funded by donations and charity. Yet social entrepreneurs are potentially the richest source of new business principles, argues Hlamalani Ngwenya, who recently co-facilitated an epOnsite training session in Johannesburg, South Africa.

Ghana – an epOnsite training under palmtrees

Currently my colleague David and I are in Accra, Ghana, to host another epOnsite training session on Market Research and Customer Relations. It’s the first time we’re hosting a such a session in West Africa and although we’ve been to several African countries before, this one is, again, different! And actually, why shouldn’t it be? […]

epOnsite in Montevideo: The impact of peer-learning spaces on growing enterprises

By Clara Hidrón, Founder Reflejarse and Anais Mangin, international consultant and associate at adelphi Entrepreneurs are, by definition, creative, hardworking and determined people; they have a clear goal and will do everything in their power to attain it. This is perhaps why, no matter how much work it is, we feel so energized after working […]

epOnsite Indonesia, March 2016

“Nothing can replace personal contact when it comes to establishing lasting connections.”

Within the empowering people. Network, Sabine Baumeister is responsible for activities including offline workshops and training sessions and helps to make the virtual network visible in “real life”. The German and Scandinavian studies graduate is working since the founding of Siemens Stiftung in 2009 with social entrepreneurs. Before this she spent over ten years in […]