Social Enterprise Greenhouse organizes networking and educational events which provide an opportunity to learn more about social enterprise and meet social entrepreneurs, business leaders and social investors. Want to receive reminders about our events? Join our mailing list.
SEG Hub Series presents Hire is a 4 Letter Word with Josh Larimar, Bridge Technical Talent. Join us to discover the ins and outs of hiring technical talent in today’s marketplace. Understand the methods to screen for skills and motivations around hiring technical talent. Why is it so hard to find the right personality? How do you find the right skill set? Where do you look for people to hire? Why should you work with an agency? These are a few of the many questions to be answered during this workshop. Get an inside viewpoint on the industry, trends, technical skills, local market and strategies to hiring qualified individuals.
Join Cooperative Development Institute, Sol Chariots Pedicab Coooperative, Feurza Laboral and Democracy at Work and SEG in a roundtable discussion of Worker Cooperatives– or worker-owned, democratically operated businesses– here in Rhode Island. Members of local organizations and cooperatives will lead us in exploring the ways that worker cooperatives democratize ownership and how other types of business can incorporate democratic participation, gain an understanding of how cooperatives can be used to transform communities and build strong social enterprises.
Interested in innovation that improves the lives of older adults? Join us for the Aging 2.0 Pitch Event where we will feature companies innovating in the aging space. Each company will pitch to a panel of judges and the audience. First place prize winners will progress to the next round of the Aging 2.0 pitch competition!
Learn about New Zealand’s social business innovation and networks for community activism with Loomio and Akina, New Zealand’s premier social enterprise organization.
Please join Roger Williams University in partnership with Social Enterprise Greenhouse to engage with staff and advisors of Ashoka, the global social entrepreneurship and changemaking network, to explore how lessons learned from Ashoka’s broad experience in the United States and around the world can help us draw upon our diverse strengths as we build a Rhode Island prepared for the challenges ahead.