The Tatiana Foundation's Young Civic Leaders impact youth programme is organising a debate on the Impact Economy as a lever for change.
The programme Young Civic Leadersa programme of the Tatiana Foundation aimed at young people between 23 and 29 years of age with different professional careers and different professional profiles who want to make an impact on society through civic leadership, has organised a talk on the Impact Economy.
The meeting will serve to learn more about the Impact Economy, from the perspective of the venture philanthropy, which supports projects with a clear vocation for impact through a hybrid model between philanthropy and investment, to sustainability and business impact consultancy, which supports traditional companies in their transition towards more sustainable business models with a greater social impact.
María Ángeles León (co-founder and president of Open Value Foundation) y Angel Perez Agenjo (Managing Partner of Transcendent) will discuss the impact economy as a channel for making a difference, an initiative associated with the Young Civic Leaders programme of the Tatiana Foundation.
The debate will take place on 14 June at 19h at Espacio Smart, 11, Francisco Ricci Street.
Because starting from a clear and integrated purpose in organisations, generating impact and incorporating sustainability criteria in the company are challenges that cannot be postponed.