Servane Mouazan, Ogunte: Networking with Investors Crucial for Social Entrepreneurs

Servane Mouazan is the CEO and Founder of Ogunte, a London based company that develops and connects passionate women leading social ventures and helps them align campaigning and commercial objectives. They also lobby and advise in private and public sectors to further social & gender responsibility. Servane has closely helped over 2000 women so far, in Europe and South America, directly impacting over 200000 individuals and organisations, providing social leadership, business modelling, and pre-incubators development programmes. Members of the network say that through these programmes, they have gained confidence, focus and leadership, increased their social impact and their capacity to connect to relevant stakeholders.She is a Board Director at Social Enterprise London, a UK Ambassador for Women in Business, and an RSA fellow. She was highly commended Social Enterprise Mentor of the year in 2007 by the Newstatesman and awarded by the Global Women Inventors and Innovators Network in 2009 for her contribution to the sector. A nominee for the Association for Coaching Honorary Award for Social Innovation 2011, she is also a mum and a capoeira player! You can find Servane on Twitter @ogunte

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