Simon Winter Discusses Entrepreneurship at the World Bank
May 16, 2012
Simon Winter, TechnoServe's Senior Vice President of Development, spoke at the World Bank on May 16th. His presentation was part of the World Bank's Labor Markets Core Course series. See @JobsKnowledge's account of his talk on Storify.
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