"This week, the leaders of the social business sector around the world gathered at the "Social Business Global Forum" (eng.Social Enterprise World Forum) discussed in Amsterdam the urgent need to change the economy to serve people and the planet. For the first time in the history of Lithuania, the names of two Lithuanian women are included in the forum program [Victoria Braziunaiteand Inga Jablonske ]
"Recent global trends show that the social business model is becoming a key driver that could turn this vision into reality." We are happy to be invited to contribute to the efforts of the global community of leaders to create inclusive ecosystems that take care of preserving all that is alive," says Viktorija Bražiūnaitė, head of the Lithuanian Social Business Association, who moderated a session on the role of business incubators and accelerators in creating change on the first day of the forum. in society.
<...> "I am glad that the stories born in Lithuania are becoming an inspiration for global social change organizations. Being able to share WoW University's findings, methodology and success stories on a global scale is a huge recognition of our work. I am glad that the methodology of our university and the entrepreneurial culture we are creating are interesting to the world today. Participating in a forum of global importance, drawing inspiration from leaders from various countries, I can see and appreciate the change our community is creating." - I. Jablonskė shares his impressions.