Neil Parmar

Neil Parmar

Neil Parmar's work has been published in The Wall Street Journal, SmartMoney Magazine, The Huffington Post and Psychology Today, and he's been interviewed on CNN, ABC News, Fox News and radio shows in the U.S. and U.A.E. In 2012, former President Bill Clinton announced that Neil was among one of three winning teams, out of 4,000 applicants, who won the Hult Global Case Challenge and $1 million to help SolarAid, Habitat for Humanity and One Laptop per Child. Most recently, Neil was an assistant business editor and writer for The National, a newspaper based in the Middle East.

11 Recent Stories

Change-Maker Dev Aujla on Doing Well and Doing Good
Business Ideas

Change-Maker Dev Aujla on Doing Well and Doing Good

The social entrepreneur behind DreamNow and other do-gooder groups shares his thoughts on how young, socially-minded treps can do good work and still have enough.
Crisscrossing the Globe In the Name of Entrepreneurship
Grow Your Business

Crisscrossing the Globe In the Name of Entrepreneurship

New programs to help emerging-market entrepreneurs cater to global consumers sprout up abroad -- and in the U.S.
How Silicon Valley's Glow Shines Beyond Its Borders
Grow Your Business

How Silicon Valley's Glow Shines Beyond Its Borders

To highlight Global Entrepreneurship Week, we took a look at how international entrepreneurs are starting to reel in Silicon-Valley-sized investments.
4 Ways to Build a Culture of Innovation at Your Startup
Business Ideas

4 Ways to Build a Culture of Innovation at Your Startup

At a recent branding symposium in New York City, execs at Google and top-advertising firms shared their tips for spurring creativity.
Could This Free Online University Be Your Next Start-Up Incubator?
Startup Basics

Could This Free Online University Be Your Next Start-Up Incubator?

University of the People offers some would-be entrepreneurs an opportunity to bone up on business basics. See how the program could become an even more viable option in the future.
A Look at the Global-Apps Scene and Why You Should Care
Apps & Software

A Look at the Global-Apps Scene and Why You Should Care

If you think the U.S. app craze has hit overload, you're not the only one. Giant tech companies are now doubling down on student-app developers in the Middle East and Africa.
At This Year's Clinton Global Initiative, a New Focus on Young People
Young Entrepreneurs

At This Year's Clinton Global Initiative, a New Focus on Young People

While esteemed nonprofit leaders and political figures came together at this year's Clinton Global Initiative, here's how young people also got involved.
How Young Treps Can Participate in the Clinton Global Initiative
Radicals & Visionaries

How Young Treps Can Participate in the Clinton Global Initiative

If you want to change the world through social entrepreneurship, consider this your ticket. Here's a preview of what to expect from the Clinton Global Initiative and ideas for getting involved.
Local App Competitions Fuel Tech Startups
Success Stories

Local App Competitions Fuel Tech Startups

Across the U.S., app-making contests that promise big prizes and intros to investors have spawned thriving startups. Here's a look at the trend.
How Social Entrepreneurs Can Edge Out the Competition
Young Entrepreneurs

How Social Entrepreneurs Can Edge Out the Competition

An upcoming social-venture competition sheds light on the increased enthusiasm among young entrepreneurs to start up social-impact companies. Here are five ways to rise above the competition.
Marketing

3 Ways to Outfox the Apps Craze

With billions upon billions of apps coming of age today, would-be developers may be hard pressed to stand out. Here, we explore top strategies for one-upping the competition.
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