Sponsorship Opportunities

 
 
Janusz and Agnieszka, Founders of DALBA Social Cooperative |  Grand Opening of the first pub for people with disabilities in Poland.

Janusz and Agnieszka, Founders of DALBA Social Cooperative | Grand Opening of the first pub for people with disabilities in Poland.

Sponsor an Entrepreneur

One of the most rewarding aspects of investing in social enterprises that are solving poverty is getting to know the entrepreneurs personally.

Through your support of this event, social entrepreneurs with vested interest in expansion to European markets will kick-off a roadshow to secure clients, investors, and donors that can grow their impact.


Nathalie Figueroa, Development Manager, NESsT |  Summit Series, Gender Equity in Impact Investing, San Francisco

Nathalie Figueroa, Development Manager, NESsT | Summit Series, Gender Equity in Impact Investing, San Francisco

Access Private Impact Investing Workshop

C-Suite executives will moderate an interview social entrepreneurs in the NESsT Portfolio, providing all participants with a deeper look into the growth of a social enterprise.

This workshop covers key trends in impact investing in Latin America and Central and Eastern Europe, including influential networks, active entrepreneurs and key stakeholders, as well as different strategies for directing capital to impact investments with global impact.


Space is limited.

Nicole Etchart, Co-Founder of NESsT, Natasha Buchler, Founder of AKOJO Market, and Lord Davies of Abersoch, CBE, Chairman of Corsair Capital |  NESsT Private Reception at Royal Academy of Arts in London

Nicole Etchart, Co-Founder of NESsT, Natasha Buchler, Founder of AKOJO Market, and Lord Davies of Abersoch, CBE, Chairman of Corsair Capital | NESsT Private Reception at Royal Academy of Arts in London

Join Private Dinner

Enjoy a three-course meal among 50 senior professionals hailing from leading corporate and philanthropic institutions operating in emerging markets.

To be hosted in the Collection Gallery at the Royal Academy of the Arts in front of a 16th century copy of The Last Supper.

Space is limited.