The MN Cup will host a panel of experts to explore the business case for social responsibility on May 5 at 7:30 a.m. at the Carlson School.
Registration is now open
The event kicks off with a talk by Pam Moret, CEO of brightpeak financial, who will analyze how social enterprises approach challenges in society, including the use of new business models and funding mechanisms.
The event will conclude with a panel discussion about creating an impact through business, in which three CEOs—FINNEGANS Founder and CEO Jacquie Berglund, GovDelivery Co-Founder and CEO Scott Burns, and Sunrise Banks CEO David Reiling—will share their perspective on how social enterprises think differently about big problems. The discussion will be moderated by Christopher Kopka, VP of outreach and strategic development at brightpeak financial.
This event is part of a series offered by the MN Cup to foster growth in the area of social entrepreneurship in Minnesota by educating and inspiring early-stage entrepreneurs through high-caliber speakers, panelists, and resources. The series is sponsored by the Carlson Family Foundation and the Bush Foundation.