Daniel Epstein makes some fairly bold, well-intentioned and important statements in this moving social innovation speech.
A successful entrepreneur, and the founder of Unreasonable Network, Epstein is an experienced businessman with a strong background in innovation and thinking outside the box. During this keynote, he makes the claim that instead of being intimidated by social issues, people should feel motivated by unfortunate circumstances of all sorts, and make the most of problems by creating solutions for change. Using the example of Mishkin Ingawale, who created a device that helped stop unnecessary deaths in India due to anaemia, he presents a compelling case for taking issues on in an entrepreneurial way.
Hopeful, inspiring and powerful, this social innovation speech could spawn the next big idea in the world of social enterprise.
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