Innovation is the key for developing-world entrepreneurs

11/20/2012 | FastCoExist

Development groups typically stick to tried-and-tested aid strategies, but risk-taking is needed to foster the next generation of developing-world entrepreneurs, writes Dolores Dickinson. That means giving young people the education and resources to break into nascent industries and working with government organizations to ensure long-term support for entrepreneurs and innovators. "None of this may sound like rocket science. But ... it's how you produce rocket scientists," Dickinson writes.

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