Can startups save the world?


The social and environmental problems facing us show no sign of being solved. Big business is slow, governments take forever to change anything and campaigning only gets you so far. But new technology has made it possible to start a revolution from a bedroom. Paul Miller will look at why people are deciding to start their own ventures, and has some tips for staying sane if you do try starting your own business.

Paul Miller is the co-founder and CEO of the School of Everything, an internet startup that connects people with something to teach to people who want to learn. He is also the co-founder of Social Innovation Camp and Bethnal Green Ventures, which bring together ideas, people and technology to create new social startups.

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