BIZ: The Unspoken Roots of Social Entrepreneurship | Phillipa Sibanda | TEDxALC

BIZ: The Unspoken Roots of Social Entrepreneurship | Phillipa Sibanda | TEDxALC

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Check This Out: The Unspoken Roots of Social Entrepreneurship | Phillipa Sibanda | TEDxALC

As a woman founder, of Zimbabwean heritage who started a business in Zimbabwe after years of living abroad, Phillipa shares with us the experiences, failures and successes she has encountered. Ms. Phillipa Sibanda is of Zimbabwean heritage who lost her mother at the tender age of 10 and still succeeded beyond all odds then went on to living in California. After returning to her home country few years later, she went through the experience of starting a business in Zimbabwe. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx

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3 Replies to “BIZ: The Unspoken Roots of Social Entrepreneurship | Phillipa Sibanda | TEDxALC”

  1. Hey everybody! I've recently been interviewing some local entrepreneurs in my area to try to promote entrepreneurship. It would help a lot if you watched, liked, and even commented on my videos! I'd appreciate all of the feedback/support I can get! Thanks!

  2. Well articulated Philipa… ! You are a great pioneer in this endeavor to bring about a change in the mindsets, systems and institutions about this new paradigm shift role of woman in Africa and the world over.
    The women are the pillars of socio- economic development of any nation. To achieve this as you rightfully put it across, is to empower them and to have fully fledged cross boarder co-operation.
    Thank you for sharing this and definitely it is going to inspire many and bring the entrepreneurship mood in Africa, especially in your home country Zimbabwe.

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