"Together with our partners at USAID and other members of their Higher Education Solutions Network, we at SEAD have been studying the patterns of the marketplace to discern rules of the road." -Cathy Clark
This summary provided by SEAD Student Assistant Lizzy Knippler, Duke '16
SEAD just released a new report advising entrepreneurs on how to best pitch their ideas to impact investors. The paper focuses on funding lessons from our SEAD innovators who are working to scale their impact through ventures that include providing last mile delivery, operating hospitals and clinics, selling micro-insurance, and using technology to combat counterfeit drugs.
Want to meet the innovators described in Cathy's article? Join us for the 2014 Duke Symposium on Scaling Innovations in Global Health on Friday, April 4th. Register today.
A USAID development lab for scaling innovations in global health.