Why Entrepreneurs Should Embrace Purpose-Driven Capitalism

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It’s easy for young entrepreneurs to see monetization and profit as the main drivers for a startup, rather than focusing on developing products and services that solve problems. But humanity faces a wide range of challenges today, from climate change to social disharmony, meaning that purpose-driven solutions appeal to an ever-growing range of consumers.

Milan Kordestani is a 22-year-old serial entrepreneur whose most notable startups include Guin Records, Dormzi, and The Doe.

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Milan Kordestani

Milan Kordestani

Milan Kordestani is a 22-year-old serial entrepreneur whose most notable startups include Guin Records, Dormzi, and The Doe.

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