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Disability is No Obstacle to Success

By Chris Holland, Telegraph & Argus, UK An interview tomorrow could decide whether a Bradford-based immigration advisers clinches a Tweet

Trabasack Entrepreneur Shortlisted for Stelios Award for Disabled Entrepreneurs in the UK 2010

Inventor mum, and entrepreneur, Clare Edwards, is excited to have reached the final 10 of the Stelios Award. Stelios Haji-Ioannou, the serial entrepreneur best known for founding easyJet, presents the winning business with a Tweet

Vets learn business basics at Krannert Bootcamp

By Eric Nelson, Purdue University News Service Posted September 5, 2010 WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. — Veterans from across the country have arrived at Purdue University’s Krannert School of Management for an intensive seven-day course aimed at helping them start their own businesses. Created at Syracuse University’s Whitman School of Management in 2007, the Entrepreneurship Bootcamp […]

Aligning Disability with the Bottom Line- GNED Live

http://blog.lifedevelopmentinstitute.org/workforce-development/global-opportunities-for-entrepreneurs-with-disabilities/ global-opportunities-for-entrepreneurs-with-disabilities Tweet

Aligning Disability With the Bottom Line-GNED’s World Premier Coming Soon!!!

We are pleased to share the news with you of our invitation to present a Plenary session for the upcoming US Business Leadership Conference in Chicago on September 21, 2010! The topic is “Global Opportunities for Entrepreneurs with Disabilities’, and represents an early public recognition on the exciting potential of people with disabilities helping themselves […]

Community and Connection Are Critical for Business Success

A successful entrepreneur knows how important it is to continually nurture and create connections, that includes prospective customers who will buy your product or service and other connections: peers to talk things over with; professional advisors like your accountant or web designer; mentors who have succeeded in your industry. As entrepreneurs with disability we face […]

Business Simulation Game for Teaching Young People About Economics

There are many games online that teach young people of all ages all sorts of lessons, like alphabet games, math games or science games. But this free business simulation game offers a unique approach to teaching young people about the simple principles of running a business. Cookie Tycoon is a fun game that will let […]

Pakistan Poverty Alleviation Fund allocates Rs. 3 billion for PWDs

ISLAMABAD, Aug 19 (APP): Pakistan Poverty Elevation Fund (PPAF) would launch projects for economic empowerment and capacity building of Persons With Disabilities (PWDs) with an allocation of Rs.3 billion during next five year. . PPAF has also initiated a micro credit project in Quetta, Khairpur and Swat for persons with disabilities under which training for […]

For Disabled, a Job Hunt Alternative

Mentally and Physically Challenged Adults Seek to Open Their Own Business, but Face Many Hurdles Steven St. John for The Wall Street Journal David Shunkey, shown doing exercises with Heather Gooch, is trying to build a dog-biscuit business. David Shunkey is autistic and doesn’t speak. Around the start of the recession, he got laid off […]

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