Posted by Karthik Iyer   |   August 20, 2014

In this new series on the blog, we highlight Circle member Prabhat Agarwal as he takes us through his journey in the social impact space as an entrepreneur and investor. » Read more

Posted by Karthik Iyer   |   August 15, 2014

In our roundup this week we take a look at a Series A investment in clean energy company Boond. We also celebrate two unique inventions in the energy and healthcare sectors. » Read more

Posted by admin   |   August 12, 2014

Kunal Upadhyay speaks about India’s emergence as an innovation hub along with the challenges faced by the social entrepreneurial network in the country. » Read more

Posted by Karthik Iyer   |   August 8, 2014

Among the top stories this week, we feature a farmer who invented a foot operated tile machine when he could not afford to repair his roof. » Read more

Posted by admin   |   August 7, 2014

Makit, a Denmark-based startup, aims to tackle the taboo of menstruation in Eastern Africa. With the launch of the Ruby Cup – made of 100% silicone that is reusable for 10 years – in Kenya, the enterprise aims to be a market leader in sustainable menstrual hygiene products. » Read more

Posted by Karthik Iyer   |   August 1, 2014

Among the top stories this week, we feature LA-based social entrepreneur Nicole Lindler who has made her mission to reduce the infant mortality rate in Uganda. » Read more

Posted by admin   |   July 31, 2014

Everyone is talking about India’s sharp critique of the global patents regime at the WTO TRIPS Council meeting in mid-June. It was a well-argued and forceful presentation that made a strong case for open-source innovation and slammed the mania for intellectual property rights as end in itself. » Read more

Posted by Perzen Patel   |   July 14, 2014

In this new series on the blog, this month we highlight Circle member Vipul Prakash and ask him five questions about his work in low-income markets and insights he has gained about the sector. » Read more

Posted by Perzen Patel   |   July 14, 2014

Artha Venture Challenge (AVC) 2014, a pan-India annual competition for early-stage ambitious social enterprises to contend for investments and scale both impact and operations has now moved to the Selection phase. » Read more

Posted by admin   |   July 4, 2014

For enterprises working in these markets to generate a sustainable impact and grow profits, it is essential that the government and by extension the 2014 budget creates an enabling ecosystem for such entrepreneurs. Digbijoy Shukla explores four areas where the government’s support is critical. » Read more

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