We can be pretty sure that a high-impact social enterprise in 2030 will look a whole lot different than it did in 2020. The resources and technologies will be different, the impact capital landscape will be different, and the world in which we deliver impact will continue to grow more complex. It’s been 20+ years now since the concept of a social enterprise was pioneered by Muhammad Yunus, Bill Drayton, and others. So how can we reimagine social entrepreneurship today in a world of new technologies, new capital structures, distributed collaboration, and new economic realities? The World Economic Forum says we are entering a new era in the global economy – so what will a high-impact social enterprise look like in this new era? Join us for a lively, interactive discussion of the topic with a panel of experts.
The Social Enterprise of 2030.
Bret Waters July 13, 2022
Fireside Chat (3 speakers maximum)
Purpose and Desired Outcome
We all know that a high-impact social enterprise in 2030 will be different than it was in 2020. But what are the current trend lines that will help us create better impact organizations for the 21st Century?
Accelerators & Incubators
Allocators (Family Offices, HNW Individuals, Foundations)
- NameBret Waters
- OrganizationStanford University
- NameLynne Anderson
- TitleNetwork Director
- OrganizationMiller Center for Social Entrepreneurship
- NameLiz Bronder
- TitleManaging Director, Global Sustainable Finance
- OrganizationBank of America