The Stanford Institute for Innovation in Developing Economies (SEED) was formed to bridge a critical gap in global efforts to address prosperity around the world. Despite impressive progress achieved through the Millennial Development Goals, it is estimated that by 2015[...] Date Posted: 07 Nov 2014
About Stanford Institute For Innovation In Developing Economies (SEED)
The Stanford Institute for Innovation in Developing Economies (SEED) is a Stanford Graduate School of Business-led initiative working to end the cycle of poverty in developing economies. We believe that business is one of the most powerful engines of change in developing economies, and that the innovative and entrepreneurial mindset that we foster at Stanford can be leveraged across the world. This culture has the power to change lives, organizations, and the world.
Only SEED provides a combination of training, networking support, and on-the-ground coaching for established business leaders; curriculum and programs for Stanford students to inspire the next generation of globally-engaged leaders; and funding for critical research that can lead to breakthrough solutions to alleviate global poverty.
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