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Have you registered yet? It’s today! Urban Miyares & My Business Success: PTSD & Depression

Imagine discovering you were in a body-bag for two days after waking up from a combat encounter in Vietnam… Then being told, at best, you might have only 20 years left to live. What would you do? Urban Miyares discusses his life and business successes after returning from Vietnam. An award-winning entrepreneur with more than […]

Using Press Releases in Your Small Business Plan

The press release has been around for most of modern history in one form or another. When you have some small business news you want to share, using a press release is often the best route to take. However, there are some things you need to know about promoting your business with this marketing technique. […]

Kenya Re unveils campaign to aid people living with disability

Kenya Re has launched a campaign that is expected to help people with disabilities participate more actively in both the economic and social life. The Niko Fiti – Ability beyond Disability campaign will run for three years and is expected to sensitize the general public about people with disabilities, as well as ensure that they […]

Forsythe Center for Entrepreneurship

The Forsythe Center for Entrepreneurship (FCE) is part of the Hadley School for the Blind Adult Continuing Education Program. The goal of this new initiative is to provide individuals who are blind or visually impaired with the knowledge, resources and networking opportunities to enable them to advance in their careers or to successfully launch and […]

Disability Means Business

“This website is a resource for disabled entrepreneurs who are self employed or wishing to start up their own business. In this website you will find useful articles, interviews, information on up and coming events and product reviews. “The aim of this site is hopefully to save you time and money when starting up or […]

Ashoka

Innovative Irish company for the public good. “Ashoka invests in people. We search the world for leading social entrepreneurs and at the launch stage, provide these entrepreneurs—Ashoka Fellows—a living stipend for an average of three years, allowing them to focus full-time on building their institutions and spreading their ideas.   We also provide our Fellows […]

Business.gov

Business.gov is the U.S. Government’s official website for small businesses. “Business.gov provides small business owners with information and resources they need to comply with laws and regulations, and to take advantage of government programs and services to help them start, expand and run their businesses.   “Business.gov is the only government service to provide access […]

Persons with Disabilities and Entrepreneurship

The United States Census Department states that twice as many persons with disabilities are starting their own businesses as people who are non-disabled; something that does not surprise me one single bit. When you do not find the accommodations you need among employers – make your own. Around fifteen-percent of persons with disabilities who are […]

Can and Able – Ability Foundation

CB Bureau, New Delhi, January 14, 2011 ‘There are no good jobs for people with disabilities in a company; but there is a good person with a disability for every job in a company.’ This belief keeps the Ability organization going. Over 16 years of facilitating, encouraging and empowering thousands of physically challenged – differently […]

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