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Harvard Students Use Business for Social Good

Harvard Students Use Business for Social Good

Harvard’s Social Innovation Collaborative is preparing for its 2013 Igniting Innovation Summit on Social Entrepreneurship.

The Summit is referred as “the largest undergraduate-run conference on social innovation in the country,” which gathers together 54 representatives from five countries — New Zealand, China, India, Belgium and the United States — to participate in either one of 10 panels or five workshops it offers. The Summit seeks to have undergraduates feel inspired to enter the social enterprise world.

via Harvard Students Strive to Ignite Innovation, ‘Using Business for Social Good’ | Bostinno.Streetwise 



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