The 2021 China Social Innovation Summit will explore the topic “Reimagining Social Innovation: Three Pathways to Impact,” along with the subtopics of Making Business for Good the New Normal, Technology for Good, and New Power. Now in its tenth year of programming, this convening is produced in collaboration with the Beijing-based Leping Social Entrepreneur Foundation and will feature an array of Chinese, US, and other global thought-leaders, philanthropists, funders, investors, scholars, business executives, and nonprofit leaders, including:
- Francois Bonnici, Director of the Schwab Foundation
- Marina Gorbis, CEO and founder of Institute for the Future
- Min Tang, Economist and Counsellor, Chinese State Council
- Christopher Marquis, Professor at Cornell and Harvard Kennedy School
- Deborah Westphal, Futurist and Author of “Convergence”
- Rumman Chowdhury, CEO and Founder of Parity.AI
- Eric Juyoon Kim, CEO and founder of Dot.Inc, South Korea
- Wonjae Lee, CEO and founder of Lab 2050
- Thomas Both, Director of the Designing for Social Systems program and Stanford University’s d.school
This year’s summit is designed to support and build the social impact sector in China by providing insights from global changemakers, and give direct perspective on the work of social and environmental change being pursued in China to social innovators from around the world. We invite all who are interested to join us for this unique exchange of ideas!
Join Stanford Social Innovation Review for the 2021 China Social Innovation Summit – “Reimagining Social Innovation: Three Pathways to Impact.”
To find out more and to register, please visit the conference website.