“SINGA is now working in eight countries and we have potential projects in three more countries – most of this growth happened from us going abroad, meeting people there and starting to work with them.” – Nathanael Molle
It’s always hard to take time out of a busy schedule, especially to travel to another European location.
But it can also be hugely valuable to take a bit of time away – to reflect, learn, mix with others, and be part of a bigger movement that cuts across borders. And for people like Nathanael Molle – Forbes 30under30 social entrepreneur and founder of SINGA – international networks can be integral to growth (and more impact).
We can’t promise you doughnuts, but we can give you (at least) three good reasons to join us in The Hague on 11-12 April:
1. The Euclid Summit kick-starts a four-year European strategy to help more social enterprises become investment-ready and to boost interest in social business among both consumers and potential public/private sector clients. Much of our work in the next years and months will develop from the conversations on these two days – make sure you’re there to add your voice.
2. The Summit is one of the few truly pan-European gatherings focused on social enterprise, making it a rare opportunity to learn from the best (and find potential partners) from across the continent. We’ve confirmed some top-notch speakers – entrepreneurs, investors, officials and other experts – ready to share ideas and explore ways to collaborate across borders.
3. The format is practical, interactive and built around your needs. That means expert-led masterclasses for entrepreneurs (for example on selling and on partnerships) and for support networks/institutions (with insights from private sector investors and leading European governments). After hours, the learning and networking continues with informal ‘Late Cafes’ in social impact venues around The Hague.
View our newly-updated schedule here.
For any other questions or to access discounted group rates, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.