Calling all aspiring impact entrepreneurs! Seed Spot’s 2-Day Launch Camp in Philadelphia could be exactly what you are looking for to help get your idea off the ground. The 2-Day Launch Camp provides entrepreneurs and individuals that are exploring starting a venture a safe space to explore and launch their idea. Throughout the two day program and indefinitely thereafter, you will have access to mentors, content experts, Seed Spot's curriculum, and a network of supporters.
Total Impact San Francisco will convene those who want to gain actionable and executable information on impact investment. Join Total Impact at Fort Mason on October 23rd. They are also excited to partner with their sister brand, SOCAP, in expanding the impact investing conversation. All Total Impact San Francisco attendees will have access to the opening plenary and the opening night party of SOCAP18. Friends of ImpactPHL can save $250 - Use promo code TI_IMPACTPHL when registering.
SOCAP is the world's leading conference on impact investing and social enterprise. Held in San Francisco, SOCAP18 will unite innovators in business, tech, the sharing economy, health, philanthropy, and more to advance environmental and social causes.
Join Sustainable Brands as they bring their world wide renowned event tour right to our back yard in Philadelphia. This exciting event entitled New Metrics boasts over 300 professionals that will gather for insights, inspiration, and collective conversation about how businesses can measure environmental & social impact in previously unexplored ways.
Investors’ Circle-Social Venture Network builds and serves communities of inspired and informed impact investors and business leaders to make social, economic, and environmental change. IC-SVN’s unique conference experience creates an environment where the real challenges, insights, and best practices of leading mission-driven businesses and engaging in impact investing can be discussed and put into action.
The Chamber of Commerce for Greater Philadelphia is pleased to announce a new half-day conference it is hosting. The goal of the morning forum is to highlight the budding areas of current and potential growth in Philadelphia neighborhoods, and connect the business leaders in some of these market segements to community leaders. Economic growth and job creation should be benefits to neighborhoods as a whole, and The Chamber aims to get the right people in the room to learn and discuss how to make that a reality.