WhenTuesday, November 29th from 12pm - 1:30pm GMT.
WhereOnline via Zoom.
FormatThere'll be a great line-up of speakers plus ample scope for discussion and debate.
Why You Should Attend...
Doughnut Economics is a compass for human prosperity in the 21st century. It highlights the transformations needed if we are to meet the needs of all people within the means of the living planet. For business and finance, Doughnut Economics means a deep internal reflection on the way we design our businesses and the investments that shape our economies.
This event will give an overview of Doughnut Economics, identify the broader economic transformations needed and identify ways business and finance can pursue regenerative and distributive goals through a redesign of their purpose, networks, governance, ownership and finance.
Erinch Sahan is the keynote speaker at this event and is the business and enterprise lead at the Doughnut Economics Action Lab. Recently, he was the chief executive of the World Fair Trade Organization and previously spent 7 years at Oxfam leading campaign initiatives and founded Oxfam’s Future of Business Initiative. Erinch has also worked at Procter & Gamble as a market strategy manager, established a furniture business and worked for Australia’s aid programme. Erinch is a board member of the Social Enterprise World Forum and teaches sustainable value chains at Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership. He holds degrees in finance and law, and an honorary doctorate from Oxford Brookes University.
This is a not-to-be-missed event for those with an interest in:
- Economic theory
- The workings of The Money System
- Progressive corporate governance
- Sustainable and Impact Investing
- Societal transformation
- Cathedral Thinking; and so on