Corporate Volunteering in the Middle East

Article published in Realized Worth’s Blog by Medea Nocentini and Anna-Liisa Goggs

Corporate Volunteering looks different around the world. For example, in Slovakia’s post-communist culture, you may find the term “service learning” more effective than the word “volunteering.” In China, nonprofits are not nonprofits as we understand them in North America. Every culture has its nuances and if there’s one in particular…

Making Money by Doing Good – C3 Starter Program now online!

Ready to use the power of business to make a change in the world?
The C3 Starter Program is now online: discover how you can MAKE MONEY BY DOING GOOD! 
Aspiring and established entrepreneurs will learn social enterprise best practices, will discover DOs and DON’Ts and will get ready to succeed in making a difference through business!
Experienced business professionals, consultants and coaches will get introduced to…

A Technology Platform Steps in to Help Solve Social and Mental Issues

We sat down with the CEO and founder of Eshraq, a website that works to help people through mental and social issues through the advice of seasoned professionals. Ragy Khairy tells us a bit about the background of the company, how the idea came to be, and how other social entrepreneurs might get their ideas up off the ground. To read…