Corporates Meet Social Entrepreneurs
As companies increasingly want to deliver profit and societal progress, a growing body of evidence shows that partnerships are key for impact at scale. Corporate sustainability initiatives fail to scale when the broader ecosystem is not integrated in their design and when governments and NGOs are not brought on board. Leading with purpose implies being equipped to build coalitions across sectors and stakeholders.
During this session we will explore what this means in practice by zooming in the relation between companies and social entrepreneurs: What can businesses learn from social entrepreneurs? How can partnering with them increase companies’ impact? Should INSEAD further facilitate the dialogue between its alumni and its social entrepreneur graduates?
The session will be led by Prof. Jasjit Singh and Katell Le Goulven who will facilitate a conversation between INSEAD alumni and social entrepreneurs who graduated from the ISEP programme.
CCO - Chief Chocolate Officer, Tony's Chocolonely
EY Global Impact Entrepreneurship Leader
Founder, Agence pour la Diversité Entrepreneuriale
Executive Director, Hoffmann Global Institute for Business and Society, INSEAD (Moderator)
Professor of Strategy, INSEAD (Moderator)