The role of social entrepreneurs (SEs) as a vehicle to create impact businesses and drive innovative and sustainable solutions is gaining an uptake in Indonesia. However, considerable challenges still exist both from the supply and demand sides.
In this year-end gathering, AVPN and YCAB Foundation aims to facilitate an insightful discussion on the ecosystem of SEs in Indonesia. Questions that we will use to bring the action plan forward include:
- What counts as a ‘successful’ and ‘scalable’ entrepreneur to be included in the social investment pipeline?; and
- How can we catalyse hotspots outside of Jakarta to lessen the centralised flow of SEs inwards to the capital, e.g. in Medan, Makassar, Bali, or Yogyakarta?
This intimate event will also reflect on AVPN’s milestones over the year. As we introduce our 2018 outlook, we invite you to share your thoughts and continue partnering us on our journey to build a vibrant and high-impact philanthropy and social investment community in Indonesia, and across Asia
Please join us for a morning to connect, learn, and be a thought leader.
Registrations for this program has now been closed. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for enquiries.
11:40 Introduction by Veronica Colondam, Founder, YCAB Foundation
11:45 Setting the context: SEs’ Continuum of Capital by Kevin Teo, MD, AVPN
12:55 Closing remarks
13:00 Lunch and networking
About the Organiser
|AVPN is a unique funders’ network based in Singapore committed to building a vibrant and high impact philanthropy and social investment community across Asia. As an advocate, capacity builder, and platform that cuts across private, public and social sectors, AVPN embraces all types of engagement to improve the effectiveness of members across the Asia Pacific region. A Member Directory and listing of Events can be found at www.AVPN.asia|
|Established in 1999, YCAB Foundation is all about giving hope and opportunity. And we are all about creating change. To date, we have changed the world of more than 2.5 million people. We believe in enabling youths to be independent as one of the keys to break the poverty cycle. To learn more about YCAB’s work, click here.|