Social Enterprise Future 2021: Do we need to change the way we do business?

8 November @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
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Social Enterprise Futures is a digital festival for those who believe that changing how we do business is vital to building a fairer, more sustainable world. As the next generation of social entrepreneurs we are inviting you attend for Free!

With inspiring speakers from the world of business, politics and across the social enterprise sector, confirmed speakers so far include David Lammy MP, Professor Muhammad Yunus and Co-op CEO Steve Murrells.
Attend live to:
Be inspired by speakers from across the world of business and the social enterprise sector
Find out more about where the sector is going and what your role could be
Learn from other entrepreneurs, the issues they faced and how they overcame those challenges
Join the movement and be part of the Future of business

There is a growing consensus that our economic system is failing – unable to deal with the climate emergency or the vast inequalities of health, wealth and opportunity which the pandemic brought so clearly to light. Big business continues to greenwash, the fight against racism continues and young people increasingly look to jobs which offer purpose not the pursuit of profit. It is against this backdrop that social enterprises are offering inspiring solutions to the challenges we face – creating jobs, empowering communities and protecting our planet.
Social Enterprise Futures will run over four weeks, featuring 12 sessions combining a mix of inspiring key-note speakers, sector led discussions, practical advice for social enterprises, peer-to-peer learning and networking, this extended format means you can attend sessions between classes.

Aspiring entrepreneur? Click here to register and get the 100% discount code

 

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