At DBS’ ‘Digital Disruption for Impact’ event held at DBS Asia X on March 6, the founders of three social enterprises – Zaya Learning Labs, Homage, and WateROAM – along with Dr Alex Lin, Head of SGInnovate (formerly known as Infocomm Investments Pte Ltd) and DBS BusinessClass Advisor, came together as panellists to discuss how technology and innovation empower social enterprises to scale their businesses.
Zaya Learning Labs, Homage, and WateROAM are all recipients of the grant awarded by the DBS Foundation as part of its Social Enterprise Grant Programme last year. Zaya was also the grand prize winner of the inaugural DBS-NUS Social Venture Challenge Asia in...
A new Pew Research Center survey found that only around one in four American adults could, practically-speaking, tell the difference between factual statements and opinion. The poll, which surveyed more than five thousand adults, asked those involved to correctly identify five factual statements and five opinionated statements. The results were bad, real bad. Only 26 percent of those surveyed correctly identified all five factual statements. They were slightly better at identifying opinion, with 35 percent spotting all five correctly. The statements, in case you were wondering, seem rather straightforward. For example: Spending on Social Security, Medicare, and Medicaid make up… This story continues at The Next Web
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