Tag Archives: entrepreneurship

The only limitation on female entrepreneurs are the ones they put on themselves – Interview with Sumeera Rasul founder of Madesmith

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Reading Time: 4 minutes    When we look at a product, we appreciate its design, color, texture and often stop at that. We are unaware of the story behind it, the artisan who made it. Sumeera Rasul along with her sister Nadia Rasul, both of Pakistani ancestry, came up with the innovative idea to develop an online platform called “Madesmith.” Here, handmade products […]

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Chasing the Armenian Dream: Interview with entrepreneur Valerie Gortzounyan

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Reading Time: 5 minutes  Valerie Gortzounyan is an exceptionally brave woman, who is known in Armenia as the founder of Le Café de Paris. Born in France, she followed her family roots and went to Armenia in 1995 to launch a coffee business, which became famous very quickly. Valerie is being much loved and appreciated in Armenia for her enthusiasm, dedication and for […]

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Dream big and dare to fuck it up – Impressions from Fuckup Night vol. IV in Berlin

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Reading Time: 4 minutesGet rich or die trying BERLIN, GERMANY – In the modern success-driven society talking about own failures requires serious guts. All those highly creative, charismatic young entrepreneurs who think rich and look poor never miss a chance to share the stories of their climbing the success mountain. Countless coaches are promising to make the rock-star out of you and your […]

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