Integrated thinking is about connecting performance with purpose. It builds on the need to reconcile competitiveness and sustainable growth within the context of inclusive business models in order to take advantage of the opportunities and face the challenges of the market.
This year’s Asia Youth Entrepreneurship Exchange (AYEE) will bring together young social entrepreneurs and changemakers from across Asia to showcase their innovative solutions to the critical and pressing social issues in today’s societies.
How can social innovation be applied to deliver social services? How can small and medium-sized social welfare organizations with limited resources make use of their networks to develop innovative and impactful social services? In this session, we have invited representatives from three organizations to offer their insights.
This session shares how data-powered social innovation can help solve wicked problems the world is facing.
More and more corporates today find themselves responsible for advancing the social and environmental aspects in the communities while enhancing profitability.
According to the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, 80% of the environmental and economic cost due to the climate change would be borne by majority of the developing countries while an increase in 0.5°C would put over 140 million people in the low-income regions at irreversible risk.
The need to tackle climate change is more pressing than ever with extreme weather affecting every region across the globe. Close to 60 countries representing more than half of the world’s greenhouse gas emissions have made commitments to achieve carbon neutrality, or "net zero" emissions within the next few decades.
Certified B Corporation, a voluntary certification for companies to balance purpose and profit, is a new way of organizing and a movement to transform the current capitalism as we know it into a transformative, sustainable, and inclusive form of capitalism.