The Do School is a global platform that empowers doers to turn their ideas into actions. Founder Katherin Kirschenmann tells DW about taking The Do School to India.
A vast majority of undocumented migrants work in so-called "3D jobs" - dirty, dangerous and demeaning professions. Millions live a life without any prospects.
African startups have on average a roughly 50% chance of making it, according to a report. But country figures differ significantly, and the ongoing COVID-19 scare could hurt the continent's entrepreneurs.
After the successful IPO of heavy-duty trucking startup Nikola, investors are closely watching the firm's operative business. There are no revenues as yet, but the company stands to profit from the hype around hydrogen.
Pakistan's young and tech-savvy population, market of over 220 million people and increasing levels of local capital are creating opportunities for tech entrepreneurs, as Miriam Partington reports.
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