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The Civic Accelerator is now accepting applications from social enterprises that inspire positive change.

The Civic Accelerator is now accepting applications from social enterprises that inspire positive change.

Civic Accelerator is the first start-up accelerator focused on “civic ventures” – enterprises that inspire, equip and mobilize people to create positive change.

The Cartier Women’s Initiative Award 2013 edition for committed female entrepreneurs is now open

The Cartier Women’s Initiative Award 2013 edition for committed female entrepreneurs is now open

Created in 2006, and aiming at supporting creative, financially sustainable and responsible women-led start-ups, in all countries and industries,the Award will be given to six laureates who will receive a year of coaching, US$20,000 in funding, valuable networking opportunities as well as media exposure

Julie Larson-Green, the new boss of Windows.

Julie Larson-Green, the new boss of Windows.

“Leading Windows engineering is an incredible challenge and opportunity, and as I looked at the technical and business skills required to continue our Windows trajectory — great communication skills, a proven ability to work across product groups, strong design, deep technical expertise, and a history of anticipating and meeting customer needs — it was clear to me that Julie is the best possible person for this job, and I’m excited to have her in this role.”

Sauber’s Monisha Kaltenborn becomes F1′s first woman team principal

Sauber’s Monisha Kaltenborn becomes F1′s first woman team principal

Monisha Kaltenborn, CEO of Sauber Motorsport AG and responsible for business operations at Hinwil since early 2010, will take on the additional role as the first female team principal in Formula 1, starting at this weekend’s Korean Grand Prix. Outgoing boss Peter Sauber, who entered F1 in 1993, will remain as Sauber group’s president of […]

Binu Verma co-founded CEFI transforms city museums to schools for the disadvantaged

Binu Verma co-founded CEFI transforms city museums to schools for the disadvantaged

Currently with 100 non-school going children from the slums of Bangalore, the Musuem School concept and operates at the at the Visvesvaraya Industrial and Technological Museum (VITM), in the heart of Bangalore, 5 days a week and 4 hours everyday. Completely run by women, it has five qualified teachers, and another five program assistants, helping with free pickup and drop facility and nutritious snacks.

Bloomberg TV launches Women to Watch, focusing on women in tech, work-life and entrepreneurship

Bloomberg TV launches Women to Watch, focusing on women in tech, work-life and entrepreneurship

The one-hour special report addresses the Kleiner Perkins sex discrimination lawsuit, work-life integration and why more women aren’t entering the field.

WeddingLovely helps you take the knots out of the tricky business of planning the Knot

WeddingLovely helps you take the knots out of the tricky business of planning the Knot

Based on a monthly subscription fee, through this streamlined, ‘fat-free’ and clutter-free enterprise, they are in the right direction when it comes to scoring over the established leviathans in the game (read Knot.com), presenting it more humanely to the end-user rather than seeing it as another opportunity to overwhelmingly serve ads while consuming content distributed confusingly, as seems to be the case now.

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