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K’oze pale

Nyrkah Vincent

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It's a podcast about my possible understanding of everyday life, human relationships and different concepts as a young Haitian woman. Kreyòl ayisyen | Français.
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Facebook, Microsoft, Snapchat, Yahoo, and Google all started on college campuses. Garages have been replaced by dorm rooms. Universities offer accelerators, advisers, and investors that empower founders more than ever before. StartU brings you stories of the most promising campus-founded startups across the nation. Each episode we interview a different founder and hear how they blended education with entrepreneurship.
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After graduating from Harvard Business School, Leslie Voorhees and Calley Means were planning their wedding when obscene markups and non-transparent processes compelled Leslie to design and manufacture her own wedding dress. After swarms of her friends started asking her to do the same for them, the couple new they were onto something; Anomalie was…
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At the start of the fall semester in 2015, Wharton classmates Kabeer Chopra and Stephen Kuhl were trying to come up with business idea for their entrepreneurship class. After failing to settle on anything, the two went for a drink and began to lament the high cost and painful moving process of sofas they had each bought for their new apartments. Su…
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Meghan McCormick spent two years in the Peace Corps working to build out an accelerator program for African business owners. But when funds dried up and the accelerator was at risk of shutting down, she had to launch her own business to keep the program afloat.OZÉ is a mobile business insights engine built for the African business owner; tracking m…
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After coming back from a tour in Iraq, Chris Molaro witnessed firsthand how mental health treatment in the U.S. often results in poor quality of life and unnecessary financial costs, for Veterans and civilians alike. ?The need for an objective, quantitative platform to empower providers and their patients was clear. After enrolling at Wharton and b…
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