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WeWork + JSiE 

WeWork has partnered with JSIE to provide mentorship support to Tibetan entrepreneurs. WeWork's refugee initiative brings together companies and refugees in a collective effort to expand opportunity and build a brighter future for all. WeWork has 600 co-working locations in 100 cities across the world. 

New Publication:

Social Entrepreneur Quotient: An International Perspective on Social Entrepreneur Personalities

Journal of Social Entrepreneurship

Mariya Jilinskaya-Pandey and Jeremy Wade

As the field of social entrepreneurship expands, so will demand for education, support services, and finance to facilitate these activities. Rigorous tools for evaluating social ventures’ potential, and founders’ capabilities, will be required. The Social Entrepreneur Quotient (SEQ) is a psychometric scale encompassing six dimensions: creativity, ethics, openness to change, risk-taking, autonomy, and achievement motivation. Through SEQ testing of an international sample of participants in a massive open online course on social enterprise, this paper places in conversation the significance of individual social entrepreneur traits and the contextually embedded nature of social enterprise in the Global North and South.

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Is there an inherent trade-off for investors between financial returns and impact?

The debate has long brewed on whether there is an inherent trade-off for investors between achieving social impact and financial returns. In the video, you will hear leading practitioners reflect on the debate as they work to create highly nuanced and sophisticated portfolios of impact investments that target different levels of financial returns, different types of social impact, and a broad spectrum of risk profiles.

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