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Kiva’s Jessica Jackley: How Entrepreneurs Can Do a Lot with a Little


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In her book, "Clay Water Brick: Finding Inspiration from Entrepreneurs Who Do the Most with the Least," Jessica Jackley, co-founder of the micro-lending site Kiva, shares the stories of resourceful entrepreneurs she has met and explains why you can start a new enterprise with far fewer resources than you think.

Jackley recently visited Wharton as a guest lecturer in the Authors@Wharton series. While she was on campus, Wharton management professor Adam M. Grant interviewed Jackley about the entrepreneurs she has met, why she started Kiva and where microfinance is headed. More:

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