Russell Simmons: Why It’s Important to Do What You Love via inc.com Russell Simmons, serial entrepreneur and investor in the energy drink Celsius, explains why it would be impossible for him to work on a product he doesn’t truly believe in.
The Real Africa” Campaign owas published on February 13th 2014 via CNN. Ithaca College African Students Association Fights Stereotypes about Africa “Africa is not a country” is not a new concept, but this statement and others have possibly never found such beautiful representation than the work of Ithaca College African Students Association and their campaign titled “The Real Africa: Fight the Stereotype” in a bid to dispel myths about Africa.
One of the most prestigious women’s business awards (The Catier Women’s Iniative) were announced this October at the Annual Global Meeting of the Women’s Forum in Deauville, France. The Cartier Women’s Initiative Awards aims to identify and support women entrepreneurs in the start-up phase through funding and coaching, to foster the spirit of enterprise by celebrating role models in entrepreneurship, and to create an international network of women entrepreneurs and
Great designers are often inspired by waifish ingenues (remember Galliano and Kate Moss?) and obscure time periods (witness Lagerfeld’s recent Byzantine collection), but fashion-makers thought of African traditions when crafting their current collections: A. F. Vandevorst honored Kenya’s body-conscious Turkanas and Samburus with feathery silk knits and sculptural headpieces, while Burberry celebrated beading and weaving by sending the wedges at left down the runway. And this isn’t the last you’ll