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8 June 2016

Episode 243

29 minutes

Tucked in a narrow alleyway in Jerusalem is the city’s oldest tattoo shop, a family-run firm that’s been inking everyone from bikers to priests and pilgrims for hundreds of years. We meet the latest in a long line of family members to take on the business. Plus: we talk social entrepreneurship with the founder of Livoos, a new online luxury store that donates 50 per cent of its revenue to charity, and the founder of WeFarm, an innovative knowledge-sharing service for the world’s 500 million small-scale farmers.

8 June 2016

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Chapter 1

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Chapter 1

Tattooing the Holy Land

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Tucked in a narrow alleyway in the old city is Razzouk Tattoo, a family-run institution and the oldest tattoo shop in Jerusalem. Nigel Wilson meets the latest in a long line of family members to take on the business.

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Livoos

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Livoos launches this week with a range of luxury fashion and accessories labels, and claims to be the first lifestyle company in the world to donate 50 per cent of its revenue to charitable causes. We meet the company’s founder and CEO Flavio Amorelli.

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WeFarm

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We talk social entrepreneurship with Kenny Ewan, founder of WeFarm, an innovative peer-to-peer knowledge-sharing platform for small-scale farmers.

8 minutes

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