It’s Global Entrepreneurship Week – the whole world is celebrating the innovators and job creators who bring ideas to life, drive economic growth and expand human welfare. What are their stories? DHL’s Delivered. has had a chance to talk to many of them.
She’s one of Oman’s foremost business women, an entrepreneur in the tech sector and also highly knowledgeable in the energy sector. No wonder then that Forbes has added Harvard alumni Hind Bahwan to its list of “Most Powerful Arab Women. What is her recipe for business success? Is being a woman in business an advantage or a challenge?
William Whurley aka whurley is the tech wizard behind the mind-controlled skateboard called The Board of Imagination. His other inventions include The Smarter Card, an autonomous shopping cart; The Helmet of Justice, a bicycle helmet fitted with seven cameras that start filming when triggered by the impact of a crash; and CUPID, a Taser-firing defense drone. Where does all this inspiration come from?
Entrepreneur Ayesha Khanna, Co-Founder and CEO of ADDO AI, an artificial intelligence (AI) solutions firm and incubator, has always been fascinated and excited by transformative technological innovation. When she’s not advising leading corporations and governments on AI, smart cities and fintech, she delivers free coding classes to girls in Singapore. We asked her where tech and innovation could take us in the future.
Dr. Auma Obama knows exactly what it’s like to be poor. When she was a girl, her family lived in a rural area of Kenya with no running water or electricity. But she had people who believed in her. Today she’s a noted humanitarian, author, speaker and – most importantly – founder and director of Kenya’s Sauti Kuu Foundation, an organization that supports children and young people, in particular those from rural communities and urban slums.
Published: November 2018