17 juni 2020

Cooperation: A key for Social Ventures!

World needs solutions and these solutions need cooperation at several levels. Cooperation between individuals forming a business, cooperation between businesses to solve problems together, cooperation between different components of the ecosystem so that the combined impact is greater than individual efforts – everywhere there is a need to join forces to make a sustainable and lasting impact.

Coompanion Stockholm invites you to an interactive session with SE Forum: a non-profit organisation that serves as a forum to connect and empower changemakers and thought leaders, championing business for good. During this session they share their results from a recent study aimed at exploring cooperation between social enterprises and established businesses and also tips on how social entrepreneurs need to approach cooperation.

Tove Nordström is an experienced communicator with passion for sustainability and using entrepreneurship as a tool for social and environmental change.
LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/tove-nordstr%C3%B6m-b8536627/.

Naimul Abd is business adviser at Coompanion Stockholm and serial impact entrepreneur
LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/naimulabd/.

Coompanion Stockholm offers free business advice to start social enterprises, impact ventures, and startups. Book a free advisory session with us for business idea / startup / cooperative:

SE Forum is a strategic partner of Coompanion Stockholm. They believe in collaboration – across sectors and continents, and between teams and partners. Since 2004, SE Forum has carried out a varied range of programmes, training sessions, workshops and accelerators to support social entrepreneurs with business skills, leadership training, marketing, and much more: https://se-forum.se/.

Who should attend
Entrepreneurs, social innovators, startups, cooperatives, individuals planning to start a business or association together, entrepreneurship & innovation ecosystem, investors, and professionals.

Book your spot