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Social entrepreneurs are blending a social purpose with their profitable companies. Learn how these “hybrid business models” impact the operations of a business and the decisions that innovative leaders must make. What does it take to be a socially minded business? What does it mean for investors, employees, partners and customers? This panel discussion will be moderated by Jim Schorr, Chair of the Social Enterprise Alliance, and newly named Senior Fellow in Social Entrepreneurship at Berkeley-Haas.
Registrants will be provided with materials prepared by B-Lab, a nonprofit that certifies B Corporations. The content will go beyond the definitions and highlight the lessons and experience of the panelists.
Jim Schorr (moderator), Senior Fellow in Social Entrepreneurship, Berkeley-Haas
Michael Hannigan, President and Co-Founder of Give Something Back
Andy Fyfe, Community Development at B-Lab
Donald Simon, Attorney at Wendel Rosen Black and Dean, LLP