According to a story in Impact Alpha, one in four working-age individuals in Peru was involved in an early-stage company last year. A growing number Peruvian startups are using innovation to drive social progress and economic inclusion.
A healthy entrepreneurial ecosystem—and one taking aim at inclusive growth. Thanks to its fast-moving economy, active government support, and increasing international investment, Peru now hosts a thriving startup scene.
Peru's startup economy appears to be playing a role in improving the nation’s overall social development. Read the Entire Article
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Melbourne social enterprise Who Gives A Crap sold nearly 3 million rolls of toilet paper in 2014/15 and gave half the proceeds to WaterAid Australia, but co-founder Simon Griffiths says the donation would have been less had the startup adopted a non-profit model when it launched two years ago.