People like you are changing the world. Be inspired by their stories
Meet a whole generation of social impact creators. A unique ecosystem of inspiration and opportunities to share and collaborate. People like you are changing the world. Would you like to know more? Find out how they do it through their experiences.
We interviewed Fiza Farhan, who at the age of 28 knew she did not want to be just one more gear in the corporate machinery. Her goal: to create an impact on Pakistani society. A few years later, she has become a... Read More
Pedro Antonio González Martínez, President and Co Founder of Kaanbal, tells us the story behind this wonderful project of social innovation that arises with the intention of enabling Internet and digital experiences in the most isolated communities of Quintana Roo where technology... Read More
We interviewed Oriol Pujodevall, Head of Business Development at Energy Web Foundation, who explains us in the book Empodera por las ODS how Blockchain technology is changing the reality of the energy sector. Oriol started his career developing decentralized solutions for the generation of energy... Read More
Mariana Costa, Peruvian entrepreneur and Co-founder and Executive Director of Laboratoria, shares her story creating and scaling this organization that is transforming the lives of hundreds of women in Latin America through Technology… An imminent return to the roots Summer 2013. I graduated... Read More
Interview with Ángel Soriano y Gerardo Rodríguez from El Caracol, a social mexican organization founded by professionals in 1994, which contributes to show and socially include people in street and populations in risk of social exclusion. From rights and gender approach, it promotes... Read More
Interview with Rob van Kranenburg, Founder of Internet of Things Council and the #IoTDay y co-Founder of Bricolabs. Rob escribió A critique of ambient technology and the all-seeing network of RFID (Network Notebooks 02, Institute of Network Cultures). Together with Christian Nold he published... Read More