The State of Social Enterprise Maryland Meeting & Report Release
Thursday, January 24, 2013 from 9:00 AM to 11:30 AM (EST)
The State of Social Enterprise
Maryland Meeting & Report Release
Findings and Open Discussion
Hosted by State Sen. Jamie Raskin
WHEN: Thursday morning, Jan. 24, 9am – 11:30am (EST)
WHERE: Maryland Senate, Miller Senate Building (President's Conference Center West 1 & 2), 11 Bladen St., Annapolis, MD 21402
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Who They Are, What’s Happening with these Innovative Laws, and What Could It Mean for Social Enterpreneurs in the Region.
Join socially-responsible business owners and social entrepreneurs in Annapolis on the morning of Jan. 24 to discuss findings from the first survey and report on Benefit Corporation and LLC activity in Maryland since new laws went into effect. The release of findings will be followed by a working session of entrepreneurs, advisors, and impact investors to explore next steps for promoting and scaling “common good enterprise” activity in the region.
This will be the first study of the first Benefit Corporations and Benefit LLCs in the country in the first state to pass the laws, and will be released by the first Benefit LLC, ChangeMatters. Research was conducted during the 2012 Fall semester by an MBA team at the Robert H. Smith School of Business's Center for Social Value Creation at University of Maryland as part of the Smith Experience.
RIDE-SHARE SIGN-UP: http://j.mp/Jan24-RideShare
THANKS TO OUR PARTNERS & SUPPORTERS:
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Substance151, Benefit LLC
Center for Social Value Creation
Robert H. Smith School of Business
University of Maryland
Allison Sosna Group, Benefit LLC
Pine Benefit Corporation
Serve it green with 100% natural palm leaf tableware.
Cultivating health and justice through food.
Blessed Coffee, Benefit LLC
District 20, Montgomery County
Licking Creek Bend Farm
Earth Friendly Maryland, LLC
When & Where
ChangeMatters is a social enterprise consultancy promoting the art of business for sustainable community impact.
Our focus is on organizations and small companies seeking growth, turnaround, or renewal in their funding, operations, and social impact. Our commitment is to building a world of healthy, vibrant, sustainable economic and cultural communities where everyone has the ability to fully participate.