Scaling Social Impact Conference @Wharton Dec13

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The Wharton San Francisco’s Social Impact Conference brings together a community of socially innovative thinkers who understand what is good for society is also good for business.


With a theme of “scaling social impact,” this year’s discussion will explore current trends and controversies in the ever-growing social impact space, how the impact community is working collaboratively to build momentum and scale, and what lies ahead for the industry.

From entrepreneurs and executives who put ideals into action, to the investors and financiers who can bring projects to scale, this event features insightful content and networking opportunities to help further your understanding of business strategies for a better world.

Wharton San Francisco, 2 Harrison St, San Francisco, CA 94105


Keynotes by Dan Skaff, WG’87, Beneficial State Bank, and Freada Kapor Klein, Kapor Center for Social Impact

Four panels focused on the increased presence of impact-oriented organizations in today’s markets, and on the intersection of traditional for-profit and purely philanthropic organizations.

Pitch sessions for rising social entrepreneurs.


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Pemo Theodore

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