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17.09.20

Innovating in times of crisis: lessons from entrepreneurs

The last few months have seen the largest economic shock in living memory for a significant part of the world’s population.

While the pain is being felt by all businesses, small entrepreneurs are disproportionately impacted as they typically lack cash flow and capital. However, they are also well equipped to bounce back from a crisis using the skills that made them successful in the first place: agility, resilience, and openness to try and give things a go.

Find out what civil society can learn from the world of business in our Head of Innovation, Dejan Markovic's, blog for Bond here.

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28.05.19

Youth Business International joins Decent Jobs for Youth

26.03.19

EEA and Norway Grants Fund for Youth Employment commits €2.3M to boost entrepreneurship among underserved communities

04.03.19

Youth Entrepreneurship Programme launched in Sub-Saharan Africa to help high-potential entrepreneurs generate more jobs

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Hogan Lovells

Hogan Lovells

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Citi Foundation

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Argidius Foundation

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