It is usually the most articulate entrepreneurs, the most charismatic, and the best communicators, who end up in the qualifying rounds. Since competitions don’t spend much time checking facts and figures due to volume and time constraints, what really creates the impact is the story, and that is creating a new breed of entrepreneurs: great storytellers for competitions.
The Costa Rican foundation Fundecooperación para Desarrollo Sostenible this week reported they have ₡750 million ($1.3 million) available to finance small- and medium-sized businesses to help improve the quality of life or promote gender equality.
When Tom Enderlin and Mónica Quesada went in search to buy some succulent plants for their garden, they ended up getting more than they bargained for. Instead of coming home with one plant for their garden, they ended up buying the entire nursery.