Workshop is postponed

Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, session for Design Thinking Fundamentals is postponed. Stay tune as we announce when MaGIC Academy workshops will resume. Thank you.

Home / EVENTS

[MaGIC Webinar] Impact Models for Youth At Risk

Home / EVENTS

[MaGIC Webinar] Impact Models for Youth At Risk

In light of the ongoing Movement Control Order (MCO) and MaGIC’s recent survey having conclusive data that only 2.9% of start-ups are confident in surviving through MCO – MaGIC will be bringing you its Webinar series, a platform for online live sessions with industry experts and entrepreneurs to shed light on the various ways to strategise and thrive in a time of crisis, such as the one brought about by the COVID-19.

Each topic in the series will dive into the different areas of business and offer tools and insights for business sustainability, followed by a Q&A session. We at MaGIC will strive to provide a platform of support for our entrepreneurs as best we can.

The Session

Social innovation is the driving force behind sparking change in creating shared value. In recent years, businesses have adapted their business models to develop innovative forms of social innovation.

This webinar session will feature expert insights into social innovation from the Founders/Co-Founders of 3 social enterprises, all of which are addressing a similar social problem albeit with 3 distinct business models. Take this opportunity to learn first-hand what it takes to build and manage a sustainable social enterprise, what were the challenges presented by a major crisis such as the COVID19 and what’s needed to innovate and rise above these challenges.

The emphasis of this session is the business models for social enterprises impacting the marginalised group of youth at risk and the innovations around these models to create, deliver and capture value especially in times of crisis.

Solution Seeker

Speakers

Solution Seeker
No items found.

More important information

Solution Seeker
Home / EVENTS

[MaGIC Webinar] Impact Models for Youth At Risk

Jul 21, 2020 11:00 AM

-

12:30 pm

Online Webinar

Free

Register Now

In light of the ongoing Movement Control Order (MCO) and MaGIC’s recent survey having conclusive data that only 2.9% of start-ups are confident in surviving through MCO – MaGIC will be bringing you its Webinar series, a platform for online live sessions with industry experts and entrepreneurs to shed light on the various ways to strategise and thrive in a time of crisis, such as the one brought about by the COVID-19.

Each topic in the series will dive into the different areas of business and offer tools and insights for business sustainability, followed by a Q&A session. We at MaGIC will strive to provide a platform of support for our entrepreneurs as best we can.

The Session

Social innovation is the driving force behind sparking change in creating shared value. In recent years, businesses have adapted their business models to develop innovative forms of social innovation.

This webinar session will feature expert insights into social innovation from the Founders/Co-Founders of 3 social enterprises, all of which are addressing a similar social problem albeit with 3 distinct business models. Take this opportunity to learn first-hand what it takes to build and manage a sustainable social enterprise, what were the challenges presented by a major crisis such as the COVID19 and what’s needed to innovate and rise above these challenges.

The emphasis of this session is the business models for social enterprises impacting the marginalised group of youth at risk and the innovations around these models to create, deliver and capture value especially in times of crisis.

How does it work?

45 minutes presentation

30 minutes Q&A

Key takeaways

Identify a social issue and the problems arising from it; the root cause and consequences

Understand the different business models to bring about social innovation and change

Understand the need for business model innovations to ensure business sustainability and resilience in navigating big crises such as the pandemic

Tips and guidance into launching and building a sustainable social enterprise

Speaker Profile

No items found.