Twitter Top Ten for 12-07-14: Our favorited Tweets of the week past
In the raging sea that is Twitter, here are a few Tweets that stuck in our filter.
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“Social Entrepreneurship is on the verge of hitting a tipping point.” #socent http://t.co/tikzsscPqv
— Social Business Org (@socialbizorg) December 2, 2014
internet users in dev. countries doubled over 5yrs, but Indian sub-cont & sub-Saharan Africa still least-connected pic.twitter.com/8GPtAU0lId
— Prosperity and Dev (@CSIS_PPD) December 2, 2014
There is no point in trying to sugarcoat it. This is a horrible job. CEO for “Building Markets” http://t.co/n50mZSFZxs #socinn #NGO
— FYSE (@FYSE) December 2, 2014
.@deankarlan in @nytimesfixes financial inclusion minus banks http://t.co/IcGYEV6rA9 #Finclusion pic.twitter.com/87UMnmXbwa
— IPA (@poverty_action) December 2, 2014
“Social-Impact Investments Finally Grow Up http://t.co/7OiDI0XMrv” ( http://t.co/CHP71xUSv9 ) #impinv
— Jed Emerson (@BlendedValue) December 2, 2014
Proud to announce our partnership w/ @GapInc to create the factories of the future http://t.co/oCUsndjEDf @FastCompany @JeffChu #LetsDoMore
— TAU Investment (@TAU_Investment) December 3, 2014
RT @wef Three charts showing the seriousness of income #inequality http://t.co/YJkcvmDQQS #outlook2015 pic.twitter.com/SS3L1DVqG9
— Upsides (@Upsides) December 4, 2014
A few thoughts about the role of empathy in fighting #poverty http://t.co/bo1N111Sol #socent #bopbiz by @malwarwick
— Paul Polak and Team (@OutofPoverty) December 5, 2014
#India’s #impinv sector has seen over $1.6bn in investments over the past decade – what’s next? http://t.co/VxXmGSiBvQ via @ImpInvPolicy
— Intellecap (@IntellecapTweet) December 5, 2014
Is #mHealth feasible and achievable in #Ghana? New research from our mHealth team http://t.co/D9xMfeU5Jj #m4d http://t.co/2VtX7hZ3DV
— GSMA Mobile4Dev (@GSMAm4d) December 5, 2014