Social innovators play a vital role in reshaping global progress towards the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals. This is why collaboration between private and public leaders is so importa...
Digital technology is key to scaling innovative social enterprises. Microsoft and the Schwab Foundation are joining forces to support social innovators.
Readily available SME finance is a requisite for the resilience of emerging economies. New paths for small business finance require a mix of international and local capital.
Social entrepreneurs and innovators are stepping up and are contributing to social and economic health around the world.
The social economy supports disadvantaged groups, drives sustainable development, and offers an alternative economic model. So, how can governments harness its potential?
In collaboration with Deloitte, and in partnership with Catalyst 2030, Euclid Network,Motsepe Foundation and the Schwab Foundation for Social Entrepreneurship
This year at Davos, 50 social innovators will showcase how social enterprises can tackle challenges such as inequality, environmental and health risks.
GDP has been used as a measure of economic growth since 1937. But the need for wellbeing metrics is bringing its relevance into question. Know what is GDP and why it matters.
This world map depicts population density by latitude. It is seen that the population becomes more concentrated closer to the equator.
Here are seven books by the Schwab Foundation's social innovators to inspire the changemaker in you.
The shock of COVID-19 has sparked a new spirit of collaboration and unusual alliances. The path to an inclusive, just and sustainable world is stronger if platforms for collective action ...
UpLink's latest Innovation Challenge, a campaign to source investment funds that support much-needed people and planet-focused entrepreneurs, is now open.
We may be reluctant to provide feedback because we don’t realise how valuable it can be to the person receiving it. A new study investigated this idea.
Research shows that women scientists are 35% more likely to create medical treatment for female conditions, but many of their ideas don't become inventions.
Researchers investigate when the self-selection of tasks would outperform managerial allocation - and find that specialization is the deciding factor.