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Thursday
12
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Social entrepreneurship: Chasing sustainability

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More and more startups today choose to be more ethical, environment friendly, equal opportunity, diverse and think long term. Alibaba chooses values over money. Y Combinator welcomes NGOs. Etsy was a B Corp. Recycling startup Rubicon became a “trash unicorn”. Most multinationals now have implemented corporate social responsibility programs. Instead of the elusive unicorn, when will the pinnacle of startup status be the donkey, zebra or pony?

How can you start a business and be sustainable as well? Then come to this free workshop where Joe Lim from WFUNA will talk about “Doing business for good” and UN sustainable development goals.

There will be plenty of time for you to discuss ideas and concepts with other participants too! To get more details and apply for Co-Workshop, please click the button below.

"돈 버는 방법! 글로벌 시장에서의 최적의 성과. 지속가능한 성장방법의 핵심 키워드."

SeoulGSC Co-working 4th Floor

Seoul Global Startup Center is the best place for you to begin your startup in Korea, no matter what stage you’re at. At Seoul Global Startup Center, our goal is to help you get through your first phase and increase your startup’s future potential. We are providing our monthly “Co-Workshop” program this year for interested participants from February to November 2018. Co-Workshop is a FREE monthly workshop designed to inspire entrepreneurs to make their jump to the next step as innovation makers with training and workshops from various experts. Participants will be able to build and develop their skills and creativity, workshops will be provided in English for 20 people for each session (please note that it is First Come, First Serve). Sign up now for this seminar on our website! There is a limited amount of seats available.

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http://seoulgsc.com/2018-sgsc-co-workshop/