Social Enterprises: Social Innovation through Market-Driven Solutions

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CVC-TC Members Talk “Social Enterprises”

Aug 10 – CVC-TC partnered with the Social Enterprise Alliance of the Twin Cities to host an introductory event about... [read more]

Who Attended

Kenna Poppler, U.S. Bank
Tina Ewing, Ameriprise Financial
Megan Precht, KARE 11
Taylor Coffin, Land O'Lakes, Inc.
Matt Oquist, Luther Automotive Group
Emily Eddy White, The Food Group
Kristi Nichols, C.H. Robinson
Keely Schaust, American Cancer Society
Robert Scarlett, Sundance Family Foundation
Phil Losacker, Memorial Blood Centers

Come to hear about innovative change makers that are moving the dial on critical social needs affecting our community. Get knowledgeable about this emerging community solution as an alternative to solely grant-based nonprofit business models. In addition to getting the basic definition of social enterprise, you’ll hear from Patty Morrissey from Finnegan’s, Matt Halley of Cookie Cart, and Michelle Horovitz of Appetite for Change. A light breakfast will be provided by Appetite for Change.

Note: To access any members-only materials for this event, you must be logged in and a current member of CVC-TC.

Event Details

Start
8:00am on Thursday, July 14, 2016
End
9:30am on Thursday, July 14, 2016
Location
Cookie Cart
1119 W Broadway Ave
55411 Minneapolis

Guests are welcome to use the free parking lot behind Cookie Cart that is accessible from both Emerson and Fremont streets. If the lot is full, there is free street parking on both Emerson and Fremont. Please use the rear building entry via doorbell.

Prices
Free for members of CVC-TC
Register by
11:59pm on Tuesday, July 12, 2016
Registration
Registration for this event has closed.
Cancellation/ Refund/ No-Show Policy
If you need to cancel your registration, please notify the office at least two business days prior to the event.
Appetite for Change
Breaking Bread
Cookie Cart
Finnegans Brew Co.