9781780747125

The Other Hundred Entrepreneurs 100 Faces, Places, Stories

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  • ISBN13:

    9781780747125

  • ISBN10:

    1780747128

  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 2015-03-17
  • Publisher: Oneworld Publications
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Summary

Popular culture today is saturated with the success stories of tech billionaires and elite MBAs who have amassed huge fortunes. This book is about The Other Hundred Entrepreneurs, 100 people from around the world who have started businesses large and small, and taken control of their lives. Together, their amazing stories present a more representative picture of entrepreneurship than we get from the covers of Forbes, Fortune, or SUCCESS magazine.

The 100 photographs and stories in the book were chosen by a world-renowned jury: Lisa Botos, Ruth Eichhorn, Yumi Goto, Chandran Nair, Simon Cartledge, and Stefen Chow. The competition called for submissions from photographers worldwide. The Other Hundred is an initiative of the Global Institute for Tomorrow, an independent think and do tank, dedicated to advancing an understanding of the reshaping the rules of global capitalism.

Author Biography

The Global Institute for Tomorrow (GIFT) is an independent social venture think tank based in Hong Kong, dedicated to advancing an understanding of the reshaping of the rules of global capitalism and the evolving social contracts that exist between business, government and civil sectors.

Chandran Nair is the founder and chief executive of GIFT, the Global Institute for Tomorrow. He lives in Hong Kong.

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