Join Speak Social for GoodxGlobal - 3.10.13
Social Good Summit Austin is run by a team of dedicated volunteers from Speak Social, Andris Media, Beyond2Nature, Event Method, Movability Austin, Rock Marketing, G+ Goto Gal, Core Media, Social Good TV & more.
Sunday, March 10, 2013 from 11:00 AM to 7:00 PM (CDT)
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GoodxGlobal is a first-ever day of events dedicated to the local and global power of social good, technology and entrepreneurship.
On March 10th, World Food Program USA, United Nations Foundation and Social Good Summit Austin will host a day of tightly programmed discussions, talks, breakouts, and mentoring at the City of Austin's beautiful, LEED Gold certified City Hall, just five blocks from the Austin Convention Center.
GoodxGlobal is presented in collaboration with Social Good Summit Austin.
With growing attendance from both local and international nonprofits, social entrepreneurs and startups, GxG will convene these communities in Austin with a day of relevant programming, while also supporting expanded representation from Africa and other developing regions at this seminal conference.
From work to solve global challenges like access to food, health, education and clean water, to local Austin organizations creating global impact, GoodxGlobal will showcase tech-driven approaches to aid effectiveness, mobile innovation, women's empowerment, global North-South digital campaigning, social entrepreneurship in action, impact funding for good and more.
GxG will create an opportunity to organically engage, learn and connect together in Austin and the day's events will also be live-streamed to a global audience online.
SOCIAL GOOD SUMMIT AUSTIN
The resolution passed by the Social Good Summit supports the creation of an Austin citywide “Work-From-Home” initiative that includes all businesses and citizens who are able to participate, without inhibiting the city’s daily operations. In Austin, our citizens can effectively contribute to reducing our traffic carbon emissions, as these are one of the leading sources of our city’s increased air pollution.
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