The Social Entrepreneurship Day is a powerful, interesting & positive way to learn about intergenerational responsibilities and entrepreneurial action as well as its impact on society and the environment.
Now in its sixth year, the Summit’s Social Entrepreneurship Day offers family business members an experiential way to understand the positive impact business entrepreneurship and catalytic investments can have on the world’s most pressing social problems.
The Aim of the Day
The Social Entrepreneurship Day brings together some of Brazil’s leading agents of positive social change. They will share and discuss how their dedication to social entrepreneurship, impact investments, and catalytic philanthropy turns the world into a better place by having found unique entrepreneurial solutions to our world’s problems. The family business and family office participants will be inspired about how they can engage in philanthropy, social entrepreneurship and hybrid value chain activities – be it as a family or individually. The goal for the participants is to understand what it takes to be true Leaders in the 21st Century achieving 360 degrees of positive impact through entrepreneurial commitment and offering opportunities to their respective communities !
“The principal goal of education is to create women and men who are capable of doing new things, not simply repeating what other generations have done.” Jean Piaget
Throughout the day’s program, FBN International is again benefiting from its long-term partnership with Ashoka since the organization is bringing its top leadership team as well as three of Brazil’s (and the world’s) most outstanding social entrepreneurs; namely Rodrigo Baggio who is tackling the digital divide around the globe; Vera Cordeiro, focusing on improving child/family healthcare within underprivileged communities; and Alice Freitas who is building direct- sales opportunities for women artisans in Brazil.
After an interactive lunch, the lively and informal discussion turns to impact investing, with Vox Capital’s Antonio Ermírio de Moraes Neto, an entrepreneur from a family business background. Antonio co-founded Brazil’s first social venture capital fund that invests in innovative, high-potential businesses that serve low-income clients and whose activities contribute to reducing poverty. We will close the day with a guided discussion about how to build capacity amongst next-generation members in philanthropy with the help of the Instituto Geração, co-founded and led by Tatiana Piva de Albuquerque Sartori. Stefan Dyo Nishimura will assist in this discussion by sharing his philanthropy and social entrepreneurship experiences.
For any question about Social Entrepreneurship, please contact :
Alexis du Roy de Blicquy (FBNi CEO) : email@example.com
In case you wish to know more about Social Entrepreneurship, but cannot attend the SE Day, please take part in the Summit’s Social Entrepreneurship Stream or join us at the “Conversations@Lunch” with Anamaria Schindler and Claudia Duran from Ashoka and Julia Hieber (INSEAD)
We thank our kind Brazilian family business sponsors :
Made possible with the strong support of:
Saturday, October 12th
R. Jardim Botânico, 414 – Jardim Botânico, 22461-000 Rio de Janeiro, RJ. View on Gmaps
Arrival and welcome coffee
11.00 – 11.20
Welcome by Alessandra Nishimura (Jacto Group; and FBN Brazil) and Julia Hieber (FBN International Social Entrepreneurship; INSEAD Wendel Centre for Family Enterprise) together with Anamaria Schindler (Ashoka Latin America) and Claudia Duran (Ashoka Brazil)
Antonio Ermírio de Moraes Neto, co-founder and partner at Vox Capital
Interactive workshop on Impact Investments in Brazil
15.20 – 16.20
Tatiana Piva de Albuquerque Sartori, co-founder and director of Instituto Geração
Interactive workshop on creating a positive impact for society through Social Entrepreneurship and Philanthropy with Stefan Dyo Nishimura, Director at Universidade da Família and Fundação Shunji Nishimura de Tecnologia
16.20 – 16.30
Closing of the Day and Next Steps with Alessandra Nishimura, Julia Hieber, Gwendoline de Ganay and Alexis du Roy de Blicquy