Continue reading 3 Lessons about Social Entrepreneurship in Israel
Recently I was invited on a tour overseas to meet with other entrepreneurs, investors and philanthropists, and in travelling to different countries, I had to consider the currency I was using.
Being an Australian, I admit that there are so many aspects of Australian money that I just don’t know.
As we go on our everyday lives, we often overlook the very interesting and quirky facts about money even though we typically handle our coins, cash and credit cards numerous times each day.
Yet if you’re an entrepreneur or business person, wouldn’t you like to know a little bit more about money especially when most of us are trying to get more of it?
Weird Facts About Aussie Money
I’m going to specifically use Australia examples of money here because …
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Continue reading Quick Intro for the Social Entrepreneurship Tour in Israel
Hey everybody, it’s Matthew Alberto – live in Jerusalem, Israel.
It’s the next day and I’ve had a good sleep.
Later today, I’m actually going to meet with a number of social entrepreneurship bloggers from around the world. They’ll come here soon and we’re going to have dinner together, and I’m waiting on them.
Today I just explored a bit of Jerusalem. In the background, you can actually see the old city of Jerusalem which is a holy land for a number of the world’s major religions, including Judaism, Christianity and Islam.
So it’s an honour and privelege to be here.
Also while I’m here, it’s a very windy day but very sunny too. It’s quite beautiful.
While I’m here with a beautiful view of Jerusalem, …
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