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Funding Changemakers as if Change Matters

Social Entrepreneurs to the Rescue In our time of transition, moving to the Digital Era connecting us globally, storytelling has reemerged as the way to sell consumer products, to gather investors in startup companies, to change government policy, and to address long unmet environmental and social conditions. Social entrepreneurs are among the best of these […]

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Space Commodities Exchange – a new frontier

The space economy is estimated to be $330BN, growing to perhaps $3TN in 30 years. To service initially government, and increasingly private sector, needs for launch, telecommunications/bandwidth, imagery, scientific research, fabrication and other activities in low earth orbit (LEO), traditional and new aerospace and aeronautics companies are developing the rockets, satellites, energy, cameras and other […]

What is a Very Impactful Person?

On the morning April 8, 2014, Stanford Graduate School of Business’ Very Impactful People course had an emergency:  A scheduled speaker had come down with the flu and had to cancel her talk.  Shortly, an “Urgent” flagged email arrived, asking for Urban Logic’s founder to substitute for a class two hours later. This talk, to […]

Welcome to Urban Logic’s new website!

Welcome to Urban Logic’s new website!

It’s taken longer than we imagined, but finally our WordPress website is ready for primetime. Please let us know what you’d like us to add, fix and collaborate on! ….. The site is still very much “in beta test mode,” so please excuse the punch list items and let us know anything you’d like us […]

Banking for the Uninitiated
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Banking for the Uninitiated

Over the past few years, Urban Logic has looked at how banks reflect society’s priorities, and cause multiple impacts in doing so. In order to understand “banking,” numerous books, professional journals and a deluge of popular works after the 2008 Credit Crisis have come forward to demystify the “black box of banking”, so that it […]

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