San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
2014 Global Social Venture Competition Conference and Global Finals
15 Years: Bold Ideas. Inspired Solutions.
Join us for a day of inspiration and action. Hear stories from the front lines of social entrepreneurship and listen to the Global Finalists make their pitches in front of a panel of world-renowned judges. There will be TED-style Talks. There will be workshops. There will be bold, inspired ideas that may change the world. You won't want to miss it.
For the detailed conference agenda and a list of speakers, visit: http://www.gsvc.org/finals-conference
Keynote Speaker Session: A Lively Conversation with Two GSVC All-Star Alumni: Priya Haji, co-founder, World of Good, and Kirsten Tobey, co-founder, Revolution Foods, moderated by Will Rosenzweig, Chair, GSVC Advisory Board, and Managing Director, Physic Ventures.
- GSVC Alumni: Learnings from 15 Years of Global Change
- Social Intrapreneurship: Making a big impact inside a big company
- Financing Social Ventures
- The Next 15 Years: Sustainable Development Goals
- When the Rubber Hits the Road: Introducing Technology for Quick Adoption
Global Finals Competition:
Presentations by the Top 6 GSVC Global Finalist Teams with Live Q&A from the Judges
Quick Pitch Competition:
"Quick Pitch" Presentations of the remaining 12 Global Finalist Teams
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Global Social Venture Competition
The Global Social Venture Competition (GSVC) empowers the next generation of social entrepreneurs by providing them with mentoring, exposure, and over $50,000 in prizes to transform their ideas into ventures that address the world’s most pressing challenges. Teams from across the globe learn how to design scalable models through a process that emphasizes stakeholder discovery, business innovation, and social impact assessment. Founded by MBA students at UC Berkeley’s Haas School of Business in 1999, the GSVC has evolved into a vast network of entrants, sponsors, judges, and mentors supported by a partnership of premier business schools in the Americas, Europe, Asia, and Africa. In 2014, GSVC received 575 entries from 44 countries. GSVC has helped launch successful social ventures such as Kiva, d.light, Revolution Foods, Husk Power, Ethos Water, and World of Good.