Social Entrepreneurship: Doing Well by Doing Good
Justin reveals that social entrepreneurs are driven, creative, who can exploit new opportunities for a better world.
Social entrepreneurship is all about business acumen, non-profit ethos, bottom line, social impact bringing together profit and purpose.
Social entrepreneurs use ESG, i.e. Environment social Governance, to highlight their mission-driven work.
ESG is a part of the “New bottom line” which will help the company with profits, sustainability, social impact, and transparency by satisfying its stakeholders.
The massive quantifiable influence of the LGBTQ+
communities and how not to “rainbow wash”.
Company Ethos built by diversified cultures and how to positioned your company.
Explain the reason for being here; promote your brand by wining lifetime customers.
How can we make use of Conscious Capitalism in Business?
Jean Pierre Puchulu
Success is all about how you find your clause and live with a purpose.
Jean talked about how socialism works and how can you value your society so that your customer hears you.
Conscious capitalism is the way of thinking about capitalism and business that better reflects where we are in and the innate potential of business to make a positive impact in the society.
Conscious capitalism is a platform where we can unite and find our common grounds.
According to him, technology plays a massive role in society’s transformation.
The Financial Valuation of Biodiversity: From Mangroves to Tiger
Shana Vida Gavron
Shana, the CEO of endangered wildlife beautifully depicted the picture of biodiversity.
She mentions how animals are on the verge of extinction, thus leading to an imbalance in our ecosystem.
It’s important to know the importance of biodiversity and what is its financial value.
It has been observed that alive tigers are more valuable than those which are dead. Researches show that 1 Bengal tiger can generate approx EUR 845k when it is alive.
Sundari Mangroves are also endangered because Sundarbans in Bangladesh is the only location in the world where this particular mangrove grows.
Mangroves also generate revenue as it helps in fishing, tourist attraction, and insurance because mangroves control flood.
Shana leaves a beautiful note in context to biodiversity, how we can promote economic impact by balancing our ecosystem.
Meet the Speakers
Shana Vida Gavron
MBusSc/MBA (Business Management - Finance) MPhil (Wildlife Management) AIEMA