Interested in touring and gaining insight into a successful $81M social enterprise? We'll be touring an aerospace supply manufacturer that provides on-job training for people who are reentering society from prison or jail and those who are overcoming substance use disorders and mental health issues.
Social Enterprise Alliance (SEA) WA State Chapter is kicking off 2017 by convening a networking/tour/presentation event at Pioneer Human Services (PHS)
This event provides an opportunity to:
* Tour a well-established northwest social enterprise driving community impact.
Join us for happy hour at Maison Tavern in SODO to learn more about the positive impacts that social enterprises create.
What differentiates a social enterprise from a for-profit and non-profit.
How SEA plays a convening role nationally and locally.
Stories and examples from leaders in our community about the positive changes social enterprises have made in people's lives.
Tickets are $10 and include light appetizers.
Leadership stories begin at 5:45pm.
Have an idea for a Social Enterprise ? -- conceptual or already formed – hear 5 distinguished SE professionals discuss
start-up challenges -
how they got/gave funding,
resources tapped to become sustainable,
Sue Oliver, Exec. Dir of Seattle U. Innovation and Entrepreneurship Ctr.;
Tim Crosby, Dir. of Slow Money NW;
Stacy Flynn, CEO and co-founder of Evrnu;
Katlin Jackson, founder/CEO of Haiti Baby and Dir. of Emerging Markets at Apeel; and
It is a pleasure to invite you to the Civic Accelerator Entrepreneur Pitch and Showcase, a joint venture between Points of Light and Village Capital, for an evening of inquiry and interaction with the 2012 - 2013 Civic Accelerator cohort. You will join other hand-picked successful entrepreneurs, civic leaders, investors and philanthropists for conversation with the most innovative civic start-ups in the country. We hope you can make it on the 31st to meet these amazing impact entrepreneurs. Please don't hesitate to reach out if you have any further questions.