Wharton Social Impact Conference 25% Discount

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The Wharton San Francisco Social Impact Investment Conference is an annual student initiative that convenes experts in impact investing, philanthropy, non-profits and technology.  It is a forum that brings together entrepreneurs, investors, fund managers, and CEOs of startups with those who are interested in engaging further in the field of social impact.

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With so many causes needing help, hundreds of non-profits and a wide range of approaches, how do you maximize the return on your time and money? You’ll learn from experienced foundations and social impact investors on their approaches to evaluating non-profit causes to fund. How can technology help stretch their funds and make more of an impact? What characteristics differentiate a truly great social entrepreneur? What is a b-corporation? What are other successful business models and entities to consider?

 

Thursday, March 17, 2016 from 8:30 AM to 6:30 PM (PDT)

Wharton | San Francisco 2 Harrison Street, Sixth Floor, San Francisco, CA 94105

Use code EZEBISDISCOUNT for 25% discount & sign up here

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