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When Design Meets Science: The Bra for Breast Cancer

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MA Material Futures graduate Sarah Da Costa talks about her life-saving design and transformation from a pharmacist to a designer.
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No Girl Left Behind – Education in Africa

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By Claudia Costin, Senior Director for Education at the World Bank, Silvia Montoya, Director of the UNESCO Institute for Statistics and Karen Mundy, Chief Technical Officer at the Global Partnershi...

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Madison & Morgan's curator insight, April 8, 2015 1:35 PM

This article explains Afirca's intellectual view point. Young girls in Africa are often "left behind" in education whereas, most girls don't even step foot in a school. Poverty is believed to be the biggest barrier in a girls education. 

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Nonprofit Communications Trends Report for 2015 - #Infographic

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Nonprofits still see their website is the most important communications channel,


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Florian Eisele's curator insight, March 2, 2015 7:45 AM

Not sure I agree with the website focus but have a look for yourself.

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Comment faire des collaborateurs des acteurs de la transformation digitale de l’entreprise ?

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"Compte rendu Table Ronde #Netexplo "Comment faire des collaborateurs des acteurs de la transformation digitale de l’entreprise ?""


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Véronique D's curator insight, April 7, 2014 11:17 AM

« Nous sommes dans une situation proche de celle d’une table de poker : les dirigeants sont encore à l’étape “ je paie pour voir”, sans réellement comprendre et accompagner la transformation digitale elle-même». Les collaborateurs n’ont pas encore compris les bénéfices réels qu’ils ont à tirer de cette transformation. Le digital est généralement perçu comme dangereux et souvent synonyme de perte d’emploi, de robotisation du travail, de pression constante ou encore de perte de confort au travail.

Aurélia-Claire Jaeger's curator insight, May 19, 2014 7:52 AM

C'est dit : " les champions digitaux les plus dynamiques en entreprise sont les femmes de 35 /45 ans" !

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The future of mobile: Less phone, more operating system - VentureBeat

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The future of mobile: Less phone, more operating system VentureBeat It's still early in 2014, and news from the Mobile World Congress talks about a next generation of smartphones that will blow people's minds, with dazzling hardware advances, great...
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What’s Ahead For African Women In Tech?

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Africa is in the middle of a tech boom -- how are women doing relative to their male counterparts in the sector?

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Alexis Akwagyiram's curator insight, February 9, 2014 7:49 AM

A short, but interesting, look at the role of women in Africa's so-called "tech boom". It includes an interesting conversation with three women involved in technology sectors in three African countries, for those who want a deeper insight into this issue.

Bomin Keum's curator insight, March 9, 2014 11:45 AM

This article is about women in Africa being involved in the African "tech boom". This article includes people discussing about how women should be in part of technology development, and know about the systems and knowledge of it. They talk about how there are programs encouraging girls to gain interests toward technology and that “There is no difference between women and men, what’s important is their skills,” .

This helped me learn more about Africa of how Africa are making attempts to improve and make African women be in part of technology in Africa. This also made me understand of how Africans KNOW of how African girls are not being in part of technology, and that they should change this situation and make it fair for women too.

I was surprised of how Africa is actually trying to improve their country and how they actually realized how unfair the women were treated. This made me think of Africa again, for how they are trying to improve, not just doing nothing for their countries. 

Meritxell's curator insight, April 8, 2014 2:39 PM

La mujer en Africa

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Facebook to Beef Up Messenger Mobile App - Wall Street Journal

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Facebook Inc. unveiled plans to beef up its Messenger mobile application to allow users to book reservations, track Web orders and send custom videos, a push to make the app a tool for commerce.
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Are You An Analog or Digital Leader?

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By Abhijit Bhaduri and Bill Fischer Changing mindsets begins with you! The only mind you can be sure of changing is your own, and the only way that you can demonstrate this mindset change is through your behaviors.

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CIM Academy's curator insight, March 27, 2015 6:44 AM

Times are changing and being a digital leader is now a key aspect of  achieving marketing success.

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How to Create a Successful Fashion Tech Startup

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About three years ago, Karen Harvey, who is arguably one of the most influential women in the luxury fashion space, was getting asked questions she, for the first time, wasn’t sure how to answer.
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The 5 Brilliant Strategies You Can Learn From Top Content Marketers

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When it comes to the world of content marketing, everyone will have a different view on what is the best strategy for getting eyeballs. Here we ask five...
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Business Model Innovation

The fourth part of the series shows how innovations come into being and what myths they are associated with. © University of St.Gallen (HSG) Text by Prof. Dr...
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Rwanda ranked Africa's most enticing market for retailers

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* Report cites Rwanda's reforms and business-friendliness* Nigeria ranked second, but tough market to crackBy Tiisetso MotsoenengJOHANNESBURG, March 17 (Reuters) - Rwanda is Africa's mostattractive

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Alexis Akwagyiram's curator insight, March 18, 2014 5:09 AM

This is a different story about Rwanda. It's worth remembering the business-friendly reforms that are propelling the country's economy. Rwanda is currently in the news for very different reasons - most recently because of a diplomatic spat with South Africa. That followed the death of a Rwandan dissident in Johannesburg in suspicious circumstances. And the country will be in the news in the coming months as the 20th anniversary of the genocide there is marked. 

Meritxell's curator insight, April 8, 2014 2:36 PM

El atractivo de Ruanda para los diseñadores actuales en el mercado

Jason, Charlie's curator insight, April 9, 2014 7:00 PM

AFRICA ECONOMIC!!!!!!  This article would be located in the economic section.  Rwanda was ranked the highest in the market for retailers which is brilliant for them considering the fact that they started a rebuilding process in 1994.  They now have a stable government and strong macroeconomic indicators.