Inner and outer work is what makes social impact sustainable. As women, we’re often trying to hold it all; family, career, relationships and personal health without making sacrifices. In our fast paced society which pulls us in many directions it is increasingly tricky to stay in balance.
Re-engineering the future of food. Over the course of this weekend (June 27-29), chefs, engineers, entrepreneurs, executives, designers and data scientists will prototype open-source software and hardware solutions to industry-wide challenges. Food+Tech Connect is bringing restaurant and foodservice rabble-rousers together with tech and design nerds to hack a better future for dining this weekend in NYC. […]
Our friends at the Centre for Social Innovation in New York: Chelsea Briganti and Lee Ann Tucker are heading off to greener pastures- hopefully the green of cash investment! The glam-preneurs have invented an edible cup made from Jell-O molds!
Schumacher Center is presenting two upcoming symposiums to address this urgent subject: Berkeley, California presents a national call to action, detailing the consequences of historic and current patterns of farmland ownership and arguing for a revolutionary response.
GoodB is happy to introduce you to a new weekly blog contribution from DoubleVision coauthored by the beautiful bicoastal entrepreneurial twins: Yanti Amos and Wati Grossman. The blogs will focus on women & the economy with a particular view of female entrepreneurs!
Social Impact Bonds are Wall Street’s way of support social change with profit incentives. Profits margins are substantially less at an average 12% return over five years of investment. But so is the risk.
Martha’s Vineyard: John Abrams of South Mountain Company and Steve Bernier of Cronig’s Markets join ThatMatters Live with Shane & Monika, a new weekly web chat show featuring “Entrepreneurs and Startups for Social Good” for an inspiring conversation on building a sustainable community.
How Green is Martha’s Vineyard? Let us count the ways! Join Two Island Mavericks who have been practicing social entrepreneurship for 30 years. John Abrams -Founder of South Mountain Company & Steve Bernier -Owner: Cronig’s Island Market. Tuesday, November 26. 3pm-4pm. Live on Web.
No longer is “green living” a term reserved for zealots munching on gorp or those outfitting their mountain homes in an environmentally conscious manner. Across New York City, developers have caught on to the sustainable building movement that has already begun to permeate through corporate office buildings and government spaces, and it is catching on in a big way.
In 2004, Saul Garlick, started an organization, “Student Movement for Real Change,” while still an undergraduate at Johns Hopkins University. The purpose of his changemaking organization was: “to encourage entrepreneurship in third world communities.” Through Real Change, students lived with local families in South Africa or Kenya “building social businesses along with the local residents.”
The 2013 Mashable Social Good Summit held at the 92St Y, jointly sponsored by the Melinda & Bill Gates and United Nations Foundations, introduced new business concepts across three generations. Over three days, Gen Y, Gen X, and Boomers met and discussed how 21st century entrepreneurs can make a living while making a difference.
The Columbia Business School Social Enterprise Conference aggregates the most compelling topics in social enterprise and the leaders in the social innovation entrepreneurial movement. You can tell its organized by graduate business school students and faculty by the sheer efficiency of the conference format.