The New Social
Tonya Surman is upending our notions of work, innovation, and community by shaping them into a new model of social entrepreneurism. Surman speaks about the emerging economy, and how creative business models and collaborative strategies are engaging all types of stakeholders, and making the world a better place.
In this talk, Surman outlines three trends in social innovation that are changing mainstream discourse. She discusses entrepreneurism, collaboration, the power of local and why, above all, business missions must be systems-changing. It’s not about non-profits asking for free money; it’s about harnessing innovative new business models that produce real, and lasting, change.
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