Challenge - Fix It: Design for Community Impact
In every community, there are problems that need solving or things that need improving. The most effective solutions are ones that meet the needs and desires of the community. If you pay attention and ask questions, you will notice what people want and what they’re lacking.
Entrepreneurs don’t wait on the sidelines for others to do the work. They jump in and use their energy and passion to make change happen. What can you fix in your community?
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Gitanjali Rao is an inventor and STEM promoter. Watch this video to learn what experts like Gitanjali think is important to consider when tackling your community's issues.
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Now that you have an idea for a solution, how do you set it up for business success?
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