Interested in developing deep insights into how to help scale impactful solutions as a social investor? Are you wondering how to understand the practical challenges of the different scaling strategies
Interested in developing deep insights into how to help scale impactful solutions as a social investor? Are you wondering how to understand the practical challenges of the different scaling strategies as scale-deep, scale-up, scale-out, network models, open source platforms and system change?
Join this unique leadership course designed for senior investors and impact leaders interested in developing effective ways to scale impact by using different strategies, according to different business and financial models.
2 days to challenge your scaling impact thinking, systematise new strategies and strengthen your network.
In a structured discussion model based on peer learning and pratical workshops we will share challenges and successes and develop frameworks on how best to finance, support and scale impactful solutions at different levels of the pyramid of scaling.
The discussions will be moderated by Filipe Santos, Chaired Professor of Social Entrepreneurship and EVPA Board member, who has supported the scaling of hundreds of social entrepreneurs worldwide in training programs at INSEAD and Católica-Lisbon for over a decade, and who will bring frameworks to challenge the thinking around scaling impact and frame cases and experiences shared by participants.
Are you a social investor, a philanthropist, a corporate foundations leader or a policy maker interested in developing frameworks for scaling impact?
Join the EVPA and Católica-Lisbon Executive Training on Scaling Impact for Social Investors.
100% of last year’s participants would recommend the course. They rated their overall learning experience as 9.1 out of 10.
october 18 (Thursday) - 19 (Friday) WEST
Católica-Lisbon School of Business & Economics
Palma de Cima, 1649-023 Lisboa, Portugal
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