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 […]
The Global Network for Entrepreneurs with Disabilities (GNED) is committed to building a global, social and business network to which existing business owners with a disability, whether they be experienced entrepreneurs or people with potential, can turn at any stage of their business journey.
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By Trish Robichaud With rates of unemployment among disabled people double those of the able-bodied population, self-employment can be a great way for disabled people to enter the workplace and forge a satisfying and financially rewarding career. Indeed more disabled than able-bodied people are self-employed. According to a government report 18% of disabled men and […]
Margaret Mead had it right when she said “Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world. Indeed, it is the only thing that ever has.” Often when I hear literary quotes they sound nice but most do not exemplify real life. That is not true of the aforementioned quote. […]