In the crowded field of corporate citizenship, an opportunity waits
When nonprofit TechSoup Global initiated a series of technology challenges in 2011 with help from Microsoft, the U.S. embassy in Bucharest and other partners in Romania, they didn’t know which issues the citizen entrepreneurs would tackle. As it turned out, corruption was on people’s minds.
On April 30, the World Wide Web turned 20 years old. In 1993, 133 million personal computers were sold in the developed world. Today, despite sales of over 300 million PCs, smart phones and tablets are out pacing personal computers. We are living in an unprecedented era of human mobility and rapid innovation.
MCC talks up role of private sector in annual forum
Return on investment. Private sector engagement. They’re fast becoming pillars of development cooperation, and were at the center of a lively event Monday in Washington that featured former U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice and a host of other government and corporate leaders.