Where Money and Meaning Intersect for Social Entrepreneurs: Understanding Investor Decisions
 
mar 20
 
DATE:
2013
March 20.
12:15 - 13:30
THIS EVENT IS OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
 
LOCATION:
Frankel Leo ut 30-34
Room: 305, CEU InnovationsLab
 
 
Social Event
 
 
Where Money and Meaning Intersect for Social Entrepreneurs: Understanding Investor Decisio...
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Date: March 20, 2013 - 12:15 - 13:30
Building: Frankel Leo ut 30-34
Room: 305, CEU InnovationsLab
Event type: Seminar
Event audience: Open to the Public

A Special Research Seminar on Social Entrepreneurship by

Professor Jill Kickul
Director of the Stewart Satter Program in Social Entrepreneurship, Berkley Center for Entrepreneurship & Innovation
New York University Stern School of Business

About the Seminar
Professor Kickul’s talk will provide a new perspective in understanding how best to segment and manage both the supply of and demand for capital by social ventures pursing a hybrid model of economic, social, and/or environmental value. She will focus on how different types of social investors screen and invest, to maximize their social gains, financial returns, or both. This information can then be utilized to design strategies for social entrepreneurs seeking equity funding, tailored to how investors select and ultimately choose to invest in social firms — selection and choices that can impart invaluable information and have significant implications on how social entrepreneurs tactically pursue such funding for the development and continued growth, innovation, and scalability of their ventures.

About the Speaker
Professor Jill Kickul is Director of the Stewart Satter Program in Social Entrepreneurship, Berkley Center for Entrepreneurship & Innovation, New York University Stern School of Business. With more than 100 papers in leading social entrepreneurship, entrepreneurship and innovation journals and books, Professor Kickul is a widely published scholar. She is the author of Entrepreneurship Strategy: Changing Patterns in New Venture Creation, Growth, and Reinvention (Sage) and Understanding Social Entrepreneurship: The Relentless Pursuit of Mission in an Ever-Changing World (Routledge 2011). She is a leading expert on entrepreneurship education development and curriculum design and currently chairs the Teaching Committee for the Academy of Management.

 

 
  • "I have been recently nominated as the Regional IT Manager for West Africa at Unilever. My CEU Business School education has been a key differentiator during an otherwise very competitive recruitment process. I would like to thank all my great peers of the 2013-14 cohort and the wonderful faculty at the B-School for the valuable learning experience I had during my time in BP."

    Moussa Moumouni

    MSc in IT Management class of 2014

     
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