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Affordable housing in Europe’s capital cities
Africa could feed the world
Are schools disrupted by Continuous Learning?
Authenticity of Founders seeking funding
Basic Principles of Social Entrepreneurship
Branding & Storytelling
Buy local, support local: How local sourcing by companies...
Cash grants and Incentives for your innovative business &...
Covestment – Generous Minds
Discover and enjoy Ethical Fashion
Entrepreneurship education to build a better city
From idea to impact
Fund your Scaleup!
How to measure impact? First steps towards managing, conf...
How to measure the social impact of your organization?
Impact Investment
Impact at Scale – Indian Agriculture – Solvin...
Impact or profit: implications for the legal structure of...
Inclusive Smart Cities
Innovation and teamleadership
Making circular building & construction the new norm
Putting Purpose into Action
Re-imagining social innovation through co-creation and de...
Soul Marketing
Sustainable Transformations
Test your start-up on a festival!
The aerial revolution: how does a future with drones look...
Facing the real problem using experience design
Mastering impact marketing
Community finance
Why Education is the Engine of Social Investments
Hiring international talent to grow your startup
Wicked World: Dealing with Complexity
Business Plan for Peace
Circular Product Design
Steward Ownership

Basic Principles of Social Entrepreneurship

Hosted by: John Marks

The roundabout will provide a practical framework for the next generation of social entrepreneurs, starting from vision and moving into effective action. The ideas presented will draw on John’s extensive experience, as well as from the wisdom of participants. The goal will be to help participants grasp their inner potential to make a difference and to carry out the work that the world so badly needs. John was founder and longtime President of Search for Common Ground, the world’s largest peacebuilding NGO with 700 employees and offices in 30 countries.