Young Entrepreneurs Look to Sway States Social Policy

The Moscow Times
Sunday 15th December, 2013

You want to change the world through business. You live in Moscow. You have an unusual money-making idea that will also benefit society. Where do you go? Not long after launching their own entrepreneurial projects, three young Russian women and an Englishman found themselves asking the same question. Each of them had independently discovered that many entrepreneurs across Russia were coming up with unusual projects to solve problems in their communities – a tour operator run by disabled people, a factory where blind people used their heightened-sense of touch to weave string bags, and a far…

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