Future of Young Social Enterprise
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As the future of work becomes increasingly entrepreneurial, young people are embracing the disruption of markets to create meaningful change through social entrepreneurship. But what's life like for a young social entrepreneur? How can young people thrive in the sector? And what does the next decade of conscientious innovation hold?
Featuring a panel discussion on the future of young social enterprise, we’ll be hearing from experts, leaders and young people who have walked the walk reflect on the excitement, challenges, and importance of fusing business and purpose.
- Jan Owen AM, CEO, FYA
- Verity Firth, Executive Director of the Centre of Social Justice and Inclusion, UTS
- Andrew Akib, co-founder of award-winning UTS startup Maslow and Young Social Pioneers 2019 Alumnus
- Leanne Ong, YLab Associate
- Moderated by Mikaela Sutherland, Qantas and Young Social Pioneers 2016 Alumna
Who is this panel for? Social Enterprises, Startups, Not-for-Profit Sector, Private Sector, University Educators, Researchers, Government
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