Posts by Dave Haft

Accomplished technologist turned social entrepreneur, Mr. Haft has 8+ years managing digital marketing campaigns. He leads Social Grinder, a Washington DC based creative agency. Dave is most interested in the intersection of Internet-based jobs for a new generation of marketing support services.

From the Samasource Field Cam: Nairobits

Seen #ImpactSourcing in Nairobi’s slums? @Samasource Field Cam: @leila_c + Ken @Nairobits — Impact Hub (@TheImpactHub) January 25, 2016 Impact Sourcing video clips from the field are a great way for service providers to get exposure and tell their story. Check out our YouTube channel for similar videos about the industry.Continue Reading

Worth More Than 1000 Words: Better Pictures for Ecommerce, Plus Social Impact

DDD delivers high-quality, competitively priced business process outsourcing (BPO) solutions to clients worldwide. Their image processing solutions are specifically designed for ecommerce, because better images enable you to sell more. At the same time, DDD’s innovative social model enables talent from underserved populations to access professional opportunities and earn lasting higher income. With DDD, you cost-effectively improve your sell-through while transforming lives.Continue Reading

Sierra Leone: From Ebola to Entrepreneurial

I felt compelled to share the message below from an Ebola hot zone.One of our readers, Abdul Rashid Mansaray, shared his story of operating an Internet Café in Sierra Leone. He highlights some of the challenges facing those who want to build a digital business in West Africa. In an area of the world alreadyContinue Reading

Calling Community Builders & Techies in Myanmar

According to the International Telecommunications Union, restrictions and poor infrastructure make Myanmar one of the world’s least digitally connected countries. Myanmar’s newly elected government, has undertaken a series of political and economic reforms as part of efforts to achieve the vision of becoming a modern, democratic and developed country by the year 2030. As economicContinue Reading