Social Entrepreneurship

With the changes in social and political conditions, social entrepreneurship is now beginning to take shape in India very firmly. Individuals with innovative solutions to society's most pressing social problems have stepped forward to make a CHANGE. Both youngsters and experienced folk are no more afraid to try it as genuine career opportunity.

No matter how good their idea is or how much support government or external factors provide, they struggle with a lot of issues - Funding, Skilled man power, Centralized focus and lack of structure. If you’re one of these new social entrepreneurs or have already ventured into social entrepreneurship or if you are planning to do so, Join us for October 2016 Edition of SSGGN to learn from the experts about their experience, challenges that they faced and how did they overcome it.

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Kuldip Nar

Founder of Delhi-NCR Foodbank

Kuldip Nar is the founder of Responsenet and has Over 18 Years of experience across social and for profit initiatives. He is passionate about delivering solutions through Communications, Technology, and Partnerships. After being the National Head for Times of India Foundation was Managing Director for Asia operations of Aidmatrix, US. He has conceptualised and implemented multiple platforms including those for supply chain management for humanitarian relief for global use.

He and his team are excited to share the experience of implementing the first FoodBank in India, setup in 2012. This is now feeding over 10,000 meals daily across Delhi, Gurgaon, NCR, Cochin, Chandigarh, Coimbatore and looking to take this nationally for those who need it the most.

Ms. Sujata Sahu

Founder, Director at 17000 ft Foundation

Sujata Sahu is the Founder of 17000 ft, and also the passion and the never-say-die-spirit behind it. An ex-corporate techie and a teacher by profession, a solo trek into Ladakh brought home the incredible difficulties of the region as she herself struggled to overcome her pulmonary edema. Keenly inspired by the simplicity of the people and their eagerness for a good education for their children, she founded 17000 ft, along with her husband to impact lives in the ignored and isolated villages of Ladakh. The backbone behind 17000 ft's educational initiatives, she is happiest when travelling and teaching children in the remote villages. She received the Nari Shakti Award from The Hon'ble President of India, Shri Pranab Mukherjee on the occasion of International Woman's Day, 8th March 2016. She gratefully accepted on behalf of our entire team at @17000 ft Foundation

Event Details

08 Oct, 2016
03:00 PM to 06:30 PM
Plot no: 94, Sector 44,
Near HSBC Building
Gurgaon - 122003

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