Imagine where social entrepreneurs would be if they could rely on an ecosystem of private and public support that gives them the flexibility to innovate, the time to build market driven models, the opportunity to build sustainable jobs and income opportunities for the vulnerable.
Alexandre and Vinicius set out to launch an ecological delivery social enterprise. They quickly realized they didn’t have all the right skills to run a company. A good idea and passion aren’t enough to make a social enterprise successful; entrepreneurs need specialized skills and advisory to make their businesses a long-term success.
Entrepreneurs, how can you choose the mentoring that's right for your business? Mentors and portfolio managers, how can you tailor your support to best meet the needs of an evolving business? We'll discuss the different approaches mentors and advisors are using to support entrepreneurs and how to optimize their effectiveness.
High-growth industries of Poland – including the manufacturing, aviation, food processing, logistics and warehouse market, nursing and long-term care, and retail industries – will create thousands of jobs in the next five years. Many of the available positions in these industries provide dignified employment, yet do not require a university degree or long-term experience. Is this an opportunity for labour inclusion of underserved communities? NESsT believes it is.
On May 9th, Simone will be sharing what he discovered through the due diligence process that led to new investments for Sustainable Fishery Trade. Joining him will be investors with a collective experience of 65 years and over $1 billion in management. Tap into their knowledge, register for the webinar.