Posted in February 2015

Fail Fast. Fail Often. A Mantra for the Privileged.

A for-profit education start-up recently launched in East Africa. Its founding team is a group of Americans, whose impressive track records allowed them to raise seed capital from an international foundation. The organization is doing well, and is now attracting interest from many other well-known impact investors and philanthropic foundations. But entrepreneurship is tough. The … Continue reading