What if you could harness the power of the free market to solve the problems of poverty, hunger, and inequality? To many, it sounds impossible. Not to Nobel Peace Prize winner, Muhammad Yunus. As founder of Grameen Bank, Yunus pioneered microcredit banking that provides poor people––mainly women––with small loans they use to launch businesses and lift their families out of poverty. In the past thirty years, microcredit has spread to every continent and benefited over 100 million families. But Yunus believes that much more can be done by applying the dynamic power of capitalism to humanity’s greatest challenges. Come hear how.