Global Social Venture Competition Symposium

22 Apr 2010 - 23 Apr 2010

The David Brower Center
2150 Allston Way
Berkeley, CA 94709

The Global Social Venture Competition is the largest and oldest student-led business plan competition providing mentoring, exposure, and prizes for social ventures from around the world. The GSVC is organized by the Haas School of Business at UC Berkeley in cooperation with 5 Regional Partners and 4 Outreach Partners. The GSVC Symposium is a two-day event that consists of the Global Finals competition for social entrepreneurship and a conference on cutting edge social impact issues. Over 300 leaders and innovators in social entrepreneurship, business, and academia will meet together for the two-day event and you will get the opportunity to engage with the next generation of social entrepreneurs while also networking with experts from across the social impact community. The conference panels will focus on topics such as innovative business models, funding, legal issues, global health, education, and the environment, participate in interactive workshops, and discuss the most recent trends and issues with leading and aspiring social entrepreneurs. Susan Mac Cormac, Michael Ward, and Eric Tate will speak on a panel discussion at the symposium on April 23rd.

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