Social Enterprise Conference ‘Social Enterprise Doing Business Differently’ | Monday 8th April |City Drive 2019

The Social Enterprise Conference

9am-1.30pm @ Aston Business School, Aston University, Aston Triangle, Birmingham, B4 7ET

Hear from social businesses operating nationally who have maximised their social impact through their business approaches. A conference you can’t afford to miss!

Join us to explore how social enterprises can create value through new approaches, models and ways of working to develop change mindsets and encourage the sector to think differently about how impact can be achieved.

You’ll hear from panels of social entrepreneurs who have disrupted the market and scaled up their enterprises to create big ventures for maximum social change. There will also be opportunities to focus on practical action to creating change, with BUILDINGBLOCK breakout sessions zoning in on idea generation, collaboration and social impact for scale.

Panel speakers:

Dave Linton Award winning Social Entrepreneur and experienced Founding Director of Madlug, a make-a-difference lifestyle luggage brand.

Karen Lynch CEO of ethical business and pioneering social enterprise Belu Water.

Louisa Ziane Global Brand Director Toast Ale – turning food waste into beer

Rosie Ginday Managing Director of Miss Macaroon, a Birmingham-based social enterprise powerhouse

Karen Leigh Anderson Social Enterprise Consultant and Business Adviser at Cambridge Judge Business School, Non-Executive Director of the Conscious Consumer Ltd, an ethical clothing platform.

Professor Mark Hart Deputy Director of the ERC and Professor of Small Business and Entrepreneurship at Aston Business School.

Plus other speakers!

£25 per ticket including lunch, contact iSE to book your place.

Kindly sponsored by Aston University and GBSLEP, this is a conference for social entrepreneurs and changemakers, investors, leaders, new-start-ups and those serious about using enterprise to achieve social impact.

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