Ethical Enterprise Conference

Thursday, 3 December 2015 - 9:00am to Friday, 4 December 2015 - 5:30pm
LAB-14, The Carlton Connect Initiative, 700 Swanston Street, Carlton

The Ethical Enterprise Conference is a positive educational and networking event for ethical and social enterprises, to discuss the rewards, challenges, issues and opportunities facing ethical and social enterprises, large and small. Regardless of size, enterprises are encouraged to join with fellow leaders to discuss the positive social and economic impact of social investments, through innovative ethical practices.

The purpose of this event is to bring together a community of professionals, business owners, managers, new social entrepreneurs, students and ethical business leaders with like-minded values. The conference will discuss how to operate successfully in the social and ethical business sector.

This year we are also excited to announce the introduction of the Early Ethical Entrepreneurs Pitch Competition. The final eight selected pitches will have the opportunity to present their idea at the Ethical Enterprise Conference and the winner of the Ethical Early Entrepreneur Pitch Competition will gain valuable insight, guidance and professional development from respected leaders in the business community.

The two day conference will finish off with the Ethical Enterprise Award (EEA) dinner ceremony where you will learn about the EEA finalists and the winner of the award will be announced. The EEA dinner will take place at the Woodard Conference Centre on Friday the 4th of December 2015.

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