David Bornstein and Bill Drayton speak about the future of social entrepreneurship at the New York offices of Liquidnet on Thursday, November 29, 2012. Sponsored by Liquidnet For Good, the Centre for Social Innovation, and Keystone Catalysts. Join the conversation on Twitter: #FutureSocEnt
What is social entrepreneurship? Who is a social entrepreneur? Learn the most commonly accepted definitions and find out where to go next for resources and help getting your social enterprise off the ground.
Created by Impact Entrepreneurs at Portland State University: http://www.pdx.edu/impactentrepreneurs
Read Professor J. Gregory Dees' defining article, "The Meaning of Social Entrepreneurship:" http://www.caseatduke.org/documents/dees_sedef.pdf
We were asked to animate the benefits of The Graduate Entrepreneurship Project, a student and graduate enterprise organisation for the Yorkshire and Humber region. The animation needed to be visually dynamic to get students and graduates excited about the opportunities in entrepreneurship. Music produced for the animation by @seppym3. http://www.vent-creative.com
Students examine the fundamentals of technology entrepreneurship as practiced in Silicon Valley, and similar regions of innovation around the world, in this course presented by the Stanford Technology Ventures Program, the entrepreneurship center in Stanford's School of Engineering.