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Conscious Venture Lab Executive Director, Jeff Cherry, will speak at the 6th Annual Social Enterprise Symposium hosted by the Center for Social Value Creation at the University of Maryland. Jeff will participate in the session titled MODELS FOR IMPACT: REFORMING CAPITALISM. It’s been said that “the worst thing we could do is throw out capitalism; and the second worst thing we could do is fail to reform it.” This session (from 12:30pm to 1:30pm) will explore new and emerging business models that have the potential to disrupt and enhance capitalism as we know it today. 

Register as a member of the Conscious Venture Lab Meetup group and receive a 15% discount on the registration fee. Please register here: using discount code: CSVCFRND.

More about the Symposium: 
The 6th annual Social Enterprise Symposium, created and hosted by the Center for Social Value Creation, will take place Friday MARCH 7, 2014 at the Stamp Student Union. Unlike any other event on campus, the Symposium explores the role of business in creating economic prosperity and lasting social and environmental change. From sustainability to social entrepreneurship, the Social Enterprise Symposium connects students with thought leaders using the tools of business to change the world. This year’s event will feature two keynotes, a series of breakout sessions and workshops, and our first ever Do Good Ventures Showcase.

The 2014 theme, “Don't Hold Back”, is a prompt to the millennial generation: What could be accomplished if anything was possible, and we used our unique talents to forge fearlessly forward - without ever holding back? 

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  • A former member
    A former member

    great discussion

    March 10, 2014

  • Steve F.

    Wish I could make it!

    February 25, 2014

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