on 1 February 2012
Cornerstone Global Associates has teamed up with two other leading British institutions to advise on the develpoemtn and implementation of social entrepreneurship in the Gulf region. The Centre for Public Innovation, one of the UK's leading social entreprises and strategic partners of Cornerstone and King's College London recommend how social entrepreneurship can be implemented in the Gulf with the aim of increasing employment amongst the local population, and reduce the burden on the public sector. Leading the work is Professor Rory Miller from King's College London, Mark Napier from the Centre for Public Innovation and Ghanem Nuseibeh from Cornerstone, who between them bring unrivalled expertise in this new area, deep knowledge of the Gulf region and the practical implemention of what could be a major sector in local job creation.
The National daily newspaper in Abu Dhabi has prominently published a joint article by Miller, Napier and Nuseibeh on the subject. The article can be accessed here.
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