In the simplest terms, a social enterprise is any organization using market-based principles to create social good while actively managing the harm it may create. Join Submittable in a conversation about CSR and social enterprises with Mark Horoszowski, CEO of MovingWorlds, and special guest Louise Bleach, Development and Impact Lead at Desolenator.
MovingWorlds is a social enterprise that helps companies achieve their sustainability and equality targets by educating and engaging their employees. For a recent report, MovingWorlds interviewed over 50 CSR leaders, as well as 25 other corporate, impact investing, social enterprise, and government leaders to gain valuable data and insights about their work.
Join us for this webinar to learn:
-What constitutes a social enterprise, and why they are becoming more popular
-Why companies are increasingly partnering with social enterprises
-Why CSR teams within companies are vital to business success, as well as the future of our society and environment
-Best practices for CSR in 2021 and beyond
-Time for Q&A
Mark Horoszowski is the CEO at MovingWorlds, a social enterprise that helps companies scale their social impact programs by engaging employees. Mark is an RSA Fellow and is a founding adjunct faculty member and lecturer on Corporate Social Responsibility at the University of Washington Tacoma's Center for Leadership and Social Responsibility.
Louise Bleach is the Development and Impact Lead at Desolenator. She is responsible for driving the lifecycle of high impact projects, from securing financing, to partnership building all the way to execution and impact monitoring and measurement. Louise is currently managing Desolenator’s flagship humanitarian project in West Bengal and laying the foundations for a second installation in Haiti. Louise also leads the development of Desolenator’s impact story and nurturing partnerships between multinational and development agencies.