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Max Oliva, Associate Director of IE’s Social Impact Management
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The conference on “The Emergence of Social Entrepreneurship: Social Impact as a Performance Measure” took place at Instituto de Empresa on March 16th, 2006.
It was conducted by Pamela Hartigan, Managing Partner of the Schwab Foundation and Mel Young, social entrepreneur and founder of the Homeless World Cup. The session explored the key elements that define a social entrepreneur and some important lessons business can learn from social entrepreneurship. It was broadcasted live to all Sumaq schools. If you are interested in viewing these speeches, you can access them here.


Notes on how to scroll through the presentation:
You can move forward and backwards by scrolling your mouse at the bottom left part of the screen (where it says playing).
• Pamela´s speech takes place at minute 4:30
• Mel´s speech takes place at minute 26:00
You can also scale the Power Point presentations, that is, make them larger or smaller in order to see their content. For that, you need to press the button “scale to fit” and/or “scroll” which are on the bottom lower left side of the Power Point slides.
The audio is limited when the speakers are being presented, but it improves radically when they give their speeches at the podium, that is, at the time frame’s given above. Any comments or questions, please contact us (Luis Sanz: Luis.Sanz@ie.edu or Max Oliva: max.oliva@ie.edu).

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