Seminar on social entrepreneurship set Oct. 18
Social entrepreneurship is the creation of sustainable social enterprises that provide common solutions to social problems of communities where they operate.
Some social enterprises help clean up the environment through recycling waste material into useful products. Water lilies that clog rivers and creeks causing major floods during typhoons or heavy downpour are made into bags, footwear, and other consumer products.
To learn more, join the “Social Entrepreneurship Seminar” organized by Tritium Knowledge Center, Inc. to be held Oct. 18, 2012, 8 a.m.-5 p.m. New Horizon Hotel, 778 Boni Ave. corner EDSA, Mandaluyong City.
Resource Speakers are: Ma. Pamela S. Castro, Program Manager, Pilipinas Shell Foundation, Inc; Reese Fernandez-Ruiz, Founder, Partner, and Chief Executive Officer of Rag2Riches, Inc; and, Karl Sanitinigan, New Initiatives Coordinator, Gawad Kalinga Center for Social Innovation.
Who should attend?: CEOs, Executive Directors, Program Managers and Program Officers of NGOs, Foundations, Deans and Professors of Entrepreneurship in Schools, Colleges, Universities; Church Based Organizations, Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) arms of corporations, and Social Entrepreneurship practitioners and advocates.
For details and registration, call Tritium Knowledge Center, Inc. at tel. nos. 579-5697; 531-0084: 0919-2299777; 0919-2299780; or email us at email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org.