Put the right money in the right hands: Why do we spend more on battling male pattern baldness than on battling malaria? As part of Stanford’s VIP speaker series, Matt Bannick discusses how Omidyar Network invests in entrepreneurs who are advancing social good. Bannick is managing partner at Omidyar and was formerly president of eBay International and PayPal.
The VIP (Very Impactful People) speaker series features talks by influential social innovators and entrepreneurs and is organized by the Stanford Social Entrepreneurial Students’ Association (SENSA). Learn more at: http://stanford.io/1Ld7Uxz
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