Startup 101,

Ep9. Social Entrepreneurship

26 Mar 2018

About Priscillia

Priscillia Seelan always knew her calling was in media. She followed that calling and graduated with a BA in Mass Communications from Curtin University of Technology in Perth and subsequently, an MA in Mass Communications from Texas State University in Texas. Her career has consisted mainly of radio production, having produced and hosted programs not only in Malaysia with and CapitalFM but also in London with LBC 97.3 and in the USA at KTSW in Texas and KCRW in Los Angeles. She is also a host of the online music platform, She is currently a content creator producing on various platforms including but not limited to podcasts and YouTube.

About Startup 101

Welcome to Startup 101 with Priscillia Seelan. It seems like almost everyone as an idea for a new media business these days. But not everyone has a business degree. Without the relevant experience, traversing the world of entrepreneurship can be daunting. That’s where the Startup 101 podcast comes in.Every week, she’ll be speaking to an expert in a particular field of entrepreneurship to give you a starting point in navigating your way through this new territory. Startup 101 will feature interviews with advisors in the industry and hopefully, make the start of this new journey of yours, a little easier.

Ep 9. Social Entrepreneurship

Entrepreneurship can be rewarding, but social entrepreneurship is both rewarding and challenging on a whole different level. In today’s episode Priscillia chats with Haziq Rashid of The Project Nomad. The Project Nomad a social enterprise that partners with rural artisans in Rajasthan, India to produce unique leather products to carry your daily essentials. Each purchase contributes to improving their livelihood and support education for the village children. Haziq gives us an insight of this unique and growing branch of entrepreneurship and what it takes to really make a social enterprise a success.

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