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Why Entrepreneurs are Moving Beyond the Next Big Thing to Solving the Next Big Problem

A new book, Planet Entrepreneur, published to coincide with the upcoming World Entrepreneurship Forum in Singapore has highlighted the need for entrepreneurs to work with policy makers and world leaders to create a ‘New Humanism’.

From energy to education, social needs to social media, a new generation of global entrepreneurs have the opportunity to fundamentally change the planet for the better.

Whether it is climate change, pollution, poverty, economic stagnation, or underemployment – the world needs innovative, workable solutions more than ever.

Through real-life examples, Planet Entrepreneur explains where the entrepreneurial revolution is headed and explains how anyone can become more entrepreneurial.

Written by members of the World Entrepreneurship Forum, the first global think tank fully dedicated to entrepreneurship, each chapter focuses on different aspects of the challenges and opportunities currently being encountered and solved by entrepreneurs, including:

Planet Entrepreneur also outlines how entrepreneurial ‘eco-systems’ can be developed by young and old to provide sustainable growth to benefit the whole planet. From Detroit to Delhi, the teenage tech-whizz and rebel retiree can be part of an entrepreneurial eco-system that helps to provide wealth and social-justice for all.

Planet Entrepreneur explains how the world’s best entrepreneurs are making a profit or meeting a pressing social need, and how you can too. Today’s problems are too urgent and the implications for our future too dire to ignore.
We are now all living on Planet Entrepreneur.

Planet Entrepreneur
Wiley Editions
www.world-entrepreneurship-forum.com/NEXTBIGTHING

About the World Entrepreneurship Forum
Founded in 2008 by EMLYON Business School and KPMG France, joined by Action Community for Entrepreneurship and Nanyang Technological University in Singapore, Grand Lyon and Lyon Chamber of Commerce and Industry in France, and Zhejiang University in China, the World Entrepreneurship Forum has already gathered more than 600 members from 75 countries to tackle our world’s most pressing issues with entrepreneurial solutions.
www.world-entrepreneurship-forum.com/

Contacts

Stéphanie Kergall
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Valérie Jobard
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