As our world faces complex global challenges, it requires many more innovators to come up with sustainable, scalable and high-impact solutions. FYSE believes that people are the key to positive change and that investing especially investing in the social leadership of women is the key to sustainable development.
The day-long conference is designed to inspire more women to pursue their passion, think big and come together to address societal challenges in the 21st century. Women had the opportunity to network with local and national entrepreneurial role models discussing their ideas, failures, successes and lessons learned.
September 14, 2013 | Beijing
- "Women in Social Enterprise (WISE)" aims to inspire, educate and motivate the next generation of women to become social leaders.
- With 150 entrepreneurial women and acclaimed female social entrepreneurs as speakers in attendance; the conference is also an incredible networking opportunity.
- Shamo Thar: Providing education for women and girls in Qinghai
- Pentok Institute bases its action on the conviction that education is the foundation for change and envisions a world where every girl and woman has equal education opportunities.
- US entrepreneur seeks growth in organic food
- “I think Chinese people are paying more and more attention to what they eat. The market for organic food in China is developing and catching up with the US. We aim to become a national brand in China,” said Sahra Malik, co-founder and CEO of Shangrila Farms,
- Song Qinhua - Founder, Shining Stone
宋庆华 - 创办人, 社区参与行动
- Yan Shi - Founder, Little Donkey Farm;
and Shared Harvest
石嫣 - 创办人, 小毛驴市民农园
- Zheng Hong - Founder, Dandelion School
郑洪 - 创办人, 蒲公英中学
- Zhai Yan - Founder, Huizeren
- Sahra Malik - Co-Founder, Shangrila Farms
- Feng Yuan - Founder, Women's Media
冯媛 - 创办人, 妇女传媒监测网络
- October 27, 2013 | Shanghai
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