Ian founded and runs Agile, a social enterprise focusing on innovation and entrepreneurship for people with disabilities in Cambodia. Over the last 10 years, Agile has successfully launched accessible hotels, delivered universal design training to university students and created transportation innovations. All with a focus on unlocking potential and providing opportunities for increased independence for people with disabilities.
Ian is an incredibly passionate supporter of entrepreneurship, social businesses and an expert in human-centred design, applying this approach to all aspects of his work. His experience spans disability, agriculture, energy, WASH, coaching new social and environmental ventures and consulting to a number of not-for-profits to design and deliver start-up incubators and accelerators.
Ian is at his happiest discussing ideas on how to harness entrepreneurship to make the world a more inclusive place, particularly over coffee.
12 Feb 2020
Session Description The Sasakawa Peace Foundation, Frontier Incubators and the Aspen Network for Development Entrepreneurs (ANDE) will be hosting a session for entrepreneurial support organizations interested in incorporating a gender lens and using data to drive their social impact work.…Read More