The Now Crowd presents: Social Impact

The Now Crowd are excited to present our first Sprint for 2019; Social Impact!

“Millennials don’t just want a job: They want a sense of purpose and to have a positive impact on our world.” Forbes, 2019.

Therefore, to retain talent in 2019, companies need to be thinking about more than profit. Companies need to shift their focus to the triple bottom line, looking at the environmental, economic, and social impacts.

Social Impact is considered to be a organisation’s impact on their community, employees, customers, and supply chain! It’s vital for business success. Join us as we take a deep dive into the broad and subjective topic that is Social Impact through conversations with leaders across the industry.

We will hear about Social Impact from representatives from a large corporate, a social enterprise incubator, and a Social Impact-focused consultancy. Receive expert advice, tools and resources that will show you how to make a positive Social Impact at your workplace.

Join us on Wednesday 27 February to learn all about the social space, and what your business can be doing to help the people it interacts with!


Now Crowd Members FREE

Non-members $20


What is The Now Crowd?

Powered by the Sustainable Business Network, The Now Crowd is a group of highly motivated like-minded young people, working on issues that matter to them. The Now Crowd was created by young professionals, for young professionals – it's about empowering people to bring about change! We want to help build your confidence and impact around sustainability.

Want to be a member but don’t know how? Contact Holly at [email protected] or sign up here https://www.nowcrowd.org.nz/join-us-1


Speakers:

Jackson Rowland – Director of Ākina Invest, Ākina Foundation

Jackson is a strong believer in the positive impact capital can enable, and has experience unearthing that in a variety of ways. Through this experience, Jackson sees real potential in the social enterprise model and is passionate about scaling the impact it enables through investment.

Kiri Hannifin – General Manager Corporate Affairs, Safety and Sustainability for Countdown Supermarkets

Kiri has extensive communication and corporate affairs experience from within the public, private and not for profit sectors in New Zealand and abroad. During her time at Countdown, she has worked on initiatives including reducing unnecessary plastic waste from the waste stream, food rescue, ethical sourcing and helping to alleviate period poverty.

Claire Hewitt - Co-founder of Tomorrow Inc.

Tomorrow Inc helps make corporate social responsibility a business advantage by strengthening social purpose and growing brands. Claire has extensive experience in identifying and integrating social purpose within organisations and ensuring the business is getting maximum benefit through purposeful storytelling.


Drinks and nibbles provided.

Kindly supported by The Workshop Auckland, Collective Catering, Yealands Wine, Corona and Karma Cola.

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