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Venue: Fisher Building, St. John’s College
Speaker: Alex Nicholls, 1st Professor in Social Enterprise, University of Oxford
Topic: The Social Entrepreneurship- Social Policy Nexus in Developing Countries
Beyond Profit announces Certificate Programme in Social Enterprise Leadership to help the young and aspiring entrepreneurs to set up social business and make a difference in the society. Our theme for this term is ‘Social Enterprise in Developing Countries’. The programme is specifically designed to encourage the young social entrepreneurs by providing expert guidance and support to set up a social enterprise.
The certificate programme will be conducted in three sessions where the students can meet and interact with experts from the fields and discuss on various topics such as social entrepreneurship and microfiniance, social enterprise as a solution to major issues in a developing world, implication of social enterprise in least developed countries and social enterprise and government. The Certificate Programme in Social Enterprise Leadership is free of cost. All you need to do is to sign up for the event by mailing to Dhanya at dt401@cam.ac.uk. Those who attend all three sessions of the programme can take home a Certificate for Social Enterprise Leadership!

Session 3 Date: 11 March Time: Time: 06 to 07:30 PM Venue: Fisher Building, St. John’s College Speaker: Alex Nicholls, 1st Professor in Social Enterprise, University of Oxford Topic: The Social Entrepreneurship- Social Policy Nexus in Developing Countries

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