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Social Enterprise Auckland: Creating Our Tomorrow

When:

Fri 22 Sep 2017, 8:30am–5:00pm

Where: Generator @ GridAKL, 12 Madden Street, Wynyard Quarter, CBD, Auckland

Restrictions: All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • General Admission: $127.09
  • General Admission (Social Enterprises): $69.07
  • Additional fees may apply

Listed by: Claire Hewitt

Social Enterprise Auckland is excited to present this shoulder event to the Social Enterprise World Forum 2017.

Come and be inspired by international speakers, expand your network help create a better tomorrow for Social Enterprise in Auckland.

Together with the world’s social enterprise leaders and Auckland’s social entrepreneurs, you'll make new connections, share wisdom and help grow our ecosystem of changemakers.

You'll hear first-hand from some of the globe's most inspirational social enterprise leaders and have an opportunity to gain their insights on overcoming challenges and breaking new ground.

Speakers who will present in a kecha pucha style during the morning include:
- Mary Jo Kaplan – Loomio
- Mike Curtin – DC Central Kitchen, USA
- Graham Lewis – Green Propeller, Canada
- Peter Holbrook - Social Enterprise, UK
- Indu Balachandran – National Centre of Indigenous Excellence
- Royston Braganza - Grameen Capital, India

In the afternoon, you'll join two of several workstreams where you'll have the opportunity to discuss and explore specific issues.

Round 1:
- Social Enterprise and Placemaking
- Ecosystem and Widening the Conversation
- Towards Zero Waste

Round 2:
- Mana and Moni
- Procurement, Investment and Funding
- Food and Community

You will leave this event full of new ideas, contacts and inspiration. Each attendee will be provided with the Social Enterprise Auckland list of resources to ensure you never need to do business alone, or lunch for that matter!

This event is presented by Social Enterprise Auckland, Auckland Council Empowering Communities Unit and The Tindall Foundation with support from:
- The Southern Initiative
- Akina Foundation
- Pacific Business Trust
- ATEED
- Department of Internal Affairs

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