Putting The Soul Back Into Business
We are delighted to open registration for our next
"Putting The Soul Back Into Business" event!
We will continue to explore how we can use the business world as a force for positive social change and hear the personal journeys of our panellists -
the challenges they have faced and the impact they are making.
Date: Thursday 10th November 2016
Time: 6.30pm - Refreshments; 7pm-8.15pm - Panel; 8.15pm-9.30pm - Mingling
Location: Skadden Arps, 40 Bank Street, Canary Wharf, London, E14 5DS (Jubilee Line/DLR - 1 min walk)
Mary Modha - School for Social Entrepreneurs, supporting people using entrepreneurial approaches to tackle complex social problems.
Nas Morley - Microloan Foundation, using microfinance and business skills training to empower women and girls in Malawi and Zambia.
Andrew Hunt - Co-Founder, Aduna, an Africa-inspired multi-award winning health & beauty social business, exploring the inspiring possibility of the Baobab fruit.
Elizabeth Nyeko - Co-Founder, Mandulis Energy, a renewable energy start-up developing power projects in Africa, among the Top 10 Female Innovators in Africa (2016 World Economic Forum).
As our last events were sold out, tickets will be allocated on a first come first served basis. To secure your place & purchase a ticket (£10 each) please click on the above link.
First-time non-Harvard alumni: click on the above link and register where it says "Faculty, Staff, Parents, Non-Alumni Members and Guests - Please login here". A temporary password will be sent to you, sign back in as a non-alumni and proceed with payment - this should just take a few minutes. Everyone is welcome!
If you have questions or need help to register, please contact Maya (email@example.com) or Tamara (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Spotlight On The Audience: If you would like the mic for 30 seconds to highlight any social initiatives which could benefit from the skills and ideas of the audience or other areas of the business world, please reply to this e-mail by Thursday 27th October (first come first served).
Happy Updates: If you would like us to share stories of connections made, ideas or social impact generated as a result of previous events, please let know by Thursday 27th October.