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Global Shifts Conference to Push the Boundaries


23 October 2012 at 10:28 am
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Global Shifts 2012: Social Enterprise Conference is bringing together change-makers, entrepreneurs and high-profile leaders from Australia and abroad to look at ways to push the boundaries of existing business models is contributing to positive social and environmental change.

Staff Reporter | 23 October 2012 at 10:28 am


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Global Shifts Conference to Push the Boundaries
23 October 2012 at 10:28 am

SPONSORED: Global Shifts 2012: Social Enterprise Conference is bringing together change-makers, entrepreneurs and high-profile leaders from Australia and abroad to look at ways to push the boundaries of existing business models is contributing to positive social and environmental change.

Hosted by RMIT's Social Enterprise Group, Global Shifts builds on the growing interest in social enterprise and aims to coalesce this energy into a powerful movement for change.

Global Shifts 2012 – Social Enterprise Conference is the first of its kind to be held at RMIT.

The conference builds on the groundswell of activity and commitment in the social enterprise space in the region and beyond, and aims to coalesce this energy into a powerful movement for change.

Held over three days the conference Global Shifts 2012 will not only stimulate and engage in ideas and actions, but it will provide an opportunity to network, converse and collaborate with people from all over the world who are working to bring about change.

See here for a full list of speakers, conference program and information about Melbourne.

Early bird registrations are open until October 31, 2012!

 

       



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