Business is hard. Social business is harder. There are several reasons why the operations of our sewing cooperatives can be classified as social enterprise. Each factor adds complexity, but they are also critical to our mission. By Rebecca Turner.
This is the second story by Rebecca Turner, a young entrepreneur working with women’s cooperatives in several countries. Read her first story. Each of our products comes with a photo and the story about the woman who made it. At one craft show, a shopper saw the tag of a Bolivian woman who used the […]
I love to help connect and enable entrepreneurs at different stages in ventures of various sizes. The next featured entrepreneur is Rebecca Turner, and she is an excellent example of a young entrepreneur in an early growth stage. She’s also an example of the power of connecting by sharing stories of impact through business because I […]
To kick off this site, we asked some entrepreneurs who recently completed MyEJ.org to share about their business. This story is shared by Michelle Nehme, Founder & Director, Trade In Hope… Trade In Hope is producing a feature length documentary on sex trafficking in America and what communities can do to end it. Last fall, […]
To kick off this site, we asked some entrepreneurs who recently completed MyEJ.org to share about their business. This story is shared by Lauren Terwilliger, Co-founder & President,TEN4 Ads… It wasn’t until my freshman year in college that I realized I had a passion for entrepreneurship. 8 years later, I finally took the leap. I […]