Aspect Social Enterprise WorkshopBackNews & Events
19th June 2020
This was a private event for members of the Aspect network.
For more information email Chris Fellingham: Chris.email@example.com
Session 1: Introducing the Social Enterprise ecosystem in Oxford
- Overview from Oxford University Innovation
by Mark Mann and Chris Fellingham
- Connecting the dots – Higher Education, Social Entrepreneurship and Communities
by Chris Blues, Programme Manager, Skoll Centre for Social Entrepreneurship
Session 2: Lessons learnt from incubating Social Enterprises
- Presentation by Caroline Hyde
- Presentation on lessons learnt from Zinc by Clarisse Aichelburg
Session 3: How Should Universities think about funding their Social Enterprises
- Panel session chaired by Mark Mann
- Ollie Pollard – Senior Investment Manager at Resonance
- Rob Halliday – SIS Ventures Fund Manager
- Additional guests TBC
Session 4: Unconference
Attendees were free to pick topics and break off into working groups for the final session of the day including measuring impact and theory of change by Serena de Nahlik please email Chris Fellingham (firstname.lastname@example.org)
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