In 2007, I helped found an annual conference on Social Entrepreneurship in partnership with Boston University called the Forum for Social Entrepreneurship or ForSE for short.
We founded the Forum for Social Entrepreneurs (ForSE):
- To bring together social innovators with leading business professionals, investors, donors, government officials, academics, and students
- To facilitate the sharing of new technology and business ideas along with hard-earned management learnings
- To foster informed discussion and action on new social venture concepts.
We feel no place is better suited to host such a conference than Boston. Boston is a center for a new breed of social entrepreneur. It is home to nearly a fifth of the Fast Company Social Capitalist awardees as well as dozens of pioneering social enterprise investors. Continue reading