In 2013, one of the worst tropical storms ever recorded hit the Philippines. Typhoon Haiyan, known locally as super typhoon Yolanda, devastated the country, killing more than 6,000 Filipinos and affecting millions of others.
Simon Schmitz wants to change the way you think about the sun and the wind. Having worked in the energy industry in the past, he saw green, innovative ideas being passed over because of a business culture that was uncomfortable with risk.
The journey from Syria to Europe is not an easy one. Though the routes are constantly changing, they usually involve thousands of miles of walking, dangerous boat rides, and constant fear of violence and deportation.
Can an ed-tech company improve the lives of Armenia’s children? Suren Aloyan, the founder of Dasaran, has proven that it can. His company has leapfrogged traditional models of education, using the latest technological innovations to create Armenia’s first comprehensive e-Learning portal.
Joy McBrien is a phoenix. Having faced personal tragedy while still a teenager, she transformed that pain into a journey out of which would rise an ethical business, the healing of herself, and the empowerment of women all over the world.
As CEO of a shelter and infrastructure design studio with the vision of ending one of our biggest global challenges: homelessness,
You saw a problem and discovered a great solution, you started a business and began to drive change, and now you are ready to take your company to the next level.
When Kongngy Hav (Ngy for short) first stepped into one of Impact Hub Phnom Penh's bootcamps two years ago, his drive and passion were instantly contagious.
What happens when two people decide to start the exact same social impact company at the exact same time? What if those two people are living in different cities, countries, and time zones?
A digital campaigner whose not afraid to share, Natalie Foster is focused on growing a new economy where people create value and access to what they need through sharing everyday.