Members of the world’s impact investing ecosystem are convening in Amsterdam on the 7-8 December. This is the pinnacle of the world’s impact investing calendar, designed to drive conversation, partnerships and investment. Join the biggest names in the industry to discuss how ever more sophisticated portfolios are developing, collaborate on challenges and find out ways you can deepen your engagement with impact investing.
Network with over 500 investment professionals from around the world, including foundations, pension funds, family offices, investment advisors, fund managers and NGOs. Discover how impact investing is scaling both in emerging and developed markets, and the range of approaches investors are taking to achieve their impact and financial targets. Learn from global experts during our interactive agenda designed to make sure you are part of the conversation. Identify potential investment opportunities and co-investors: meet a range of global partners in one place. Discuss strategies with impact investors as they share their successes, failures and thoughts on where to invest .
Over 500 delegates from around the world will be gathering in Amsterdam in December. If you’re interested in making investments to generate a positive impact alongside a financial return, you will meet likeminded peers, potential partners and find discussions to engage, inspire and inform.
On December 7 and 8 the 7th National Social Entrepreneurship Conference on Understanding and Measuring Impact of Social Entrepreneurship with the theme “Making Social Enterprise Impact Measurement Matter to the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development” will be held at the Leong Auditorium of Ateneo de Manila University. This conference is co-presented by the Ateneo Center for Social Entrepreneurship (ACSENT) at the John Gokongwei School of Management, the Philippine Social Enterprise Network and the Foundation for a Sustainable Society (FSSI).The conference will be facilitated by Dr. Lisa Dacanay who will discuss how the social enterprise sector can develop as a community of practice on measuring impact/outcome among practitioners and supporters of local social enterprises that is linked to articulating significant contribution of the sector to the 2030 agenda for sustainable development in the Philippines.It will include live case studies of a variety of social enterprises in the Philippines where their tools for social impact measures will be discussed.