During this In-Conversation with WORLDZ co-founder Jim Sullos, startup guru Peter Pham discusses how to find ideal partners and investors, reviews some common pitching errors, and offers advice to companies that are trying to push a completed product.
- Peter Pham
Before Nelson Mandela became the first democratically elected president of South Africa, before he won the Nobel Peace Prize, before he helped bring apartheid to an end in 1994, he was a revolutionary, a man charged with treason and sedition, for which he served 27 grueling years in various prisons across his homeland. I have … Continue reading 100 Years of Nelson Mandelaread more
- WILL KLEIN
For a long time, Sal had been mystified by his father’s obsession with South Africa. In the United States where Sal had lived his entire life, their family was comfortable, happy, and devoid of persecution. Why was his father so concerned with a country he had been banned from? It took a very special letter, delivered to their New York apartment, to illuminate his father’s unwavering commitment to his homeland.read more
- Sal Masekela
When George was growing up in Boston, he remembers looking up at the stars on a cold night and thinking, “One day I’m going to go up there, up to space.” He’s finally closing in on his dream, and the world is primed to benefit.read more
- George Whitesides
In the past 25 years, global poverty has been cut in half, literacy rates have soared to include 85% of the world’s population, and child mortality has been cut in half. AIDS, the world’s #1 health problem, has been brought to its knees.
The engine driving these remarkable milestones? Brands that care. “Put your core values at the center of the relationship between your brand and your customers”, Dugan suggests, and the whole world benefits.read more
- Deborah Dugan