Chair: TBC (SAP)
Speakers: Phillip Ullman, Cordant Group (UK), Julian Hooks, Johnson & Johnson (USA), TBC, PwC + speakers TBC x 2
Chair: Bob Keiller, Scottish Enterprise (Scotland)
Speakers: Marcia Nozick, Embers (Canada), Jaison Hoernel, Good Cycle (Australia), Karina Macleod, Senscot Legal (Scotland), Dave Linton, Madlug (Northern Ireland), Sebastian Rocca, Micro Rainbow International (UK) + speakers TBC x 3
Speakers: Matt Pfahlert, Australian Centre for Rural Entrepreneurs (Australia), Ailsa Clark, InspirAlba (Scotland), Melat Yosef, VitaBite Nutrition, Ethiopia + speaker TBC
Speakers: Andrew Bailie, FreshSight (Scotland), Lindsey Hall, Real Ideas CIC (England) + speaker TBC
Speakers: Rick Zwetsch, interSector Partners, L3C (USA) and Collette Norval, Social Stuff (Scotland)
Speakers: Robin Fallas, MacRoberts LLP (Scotland), Julia Cambage, TRY Australia (Australia) + speakers TBC x 2
1) Getting ready for social investment – Susan Aktemel, Homes for Good (Scotland)
2) Crowdfunding for social enterprises – Tom Dawkins, StartSomeGood (Australia)
3) The importance of the right organisation structure – Duncan Osler, MacRoberts LLP (Scotland)
Facilitators: Claire Carpenter, The Melting Pot (Scotland) and Brian Weaver, Impact Hub Inverness (Scotland)
Facilitators: Tom Allen, Impact Boom (Australia), Julie Pybus, Pioneers Post (UK) and Adam Pilsbury, British Council (UK)
Facilitators: Kate Welch, Acumen Social Ventures (UK) + TBC
Chair: Mel Young, Homeless World Cup (Scotland)
For: Alex Hannant, Pocketknife (New Zealand) and Elisa Birnbaum, SEE Change Magazine (Canada)
Against: Charlie Wigglesworth, Social Enterprise UK (UK) and Deborah Grant, Shoogle (Scotland)
Co-chairs: Duncan Osler, MacRoberts LLP (Scotland) and Rachael McCormack, SEWF Associate (UK)
Speakers: Catherine Scott, Community Development and Homelessness Partnerships Directorate, ESDC, Federal Government of Canada (Canada), Lill Healy, Deputy Secretary – Policy, Programs, Small Business & Employment, Victoria State Government, (Australia) + speakers TBC
Speakers: Karen Lynch, Belu Water (England), Mick Jackson, Wildhearts (Scotland) and Carrie McKellogg, REDF (USA)
Speakers: Robbie Norval, Lingo Flamingo (Scotland), Samantha Jones, Little Yellow Bird (New Zealand), Ingrid Webb, Shetland Soap Company (Scotland) and Graham Lewis, Green Propeller Recycling (Canada)
Speakers: Craig Sanderson, Link Group (Scotland), David Eddy, Vancouver Native Housing (Canada) + speaker TBC
Workshop Sponsor: Link Group
1) Leveraging corporate and foundation partnerships – Mike Curtin, DC Central Kitchen (USA)
2) Social innovation and innovative collaboration
3) Harnessing talent for social impact – SAP Social Sabbaticals – Alex van der Ploeg, SAP
Facilitators: Elena Casolari, OPES Impact Fund (Italy) + TBC
Contributors: Eoghan Mackie, Challenges Worldwide (Scotland) + TBC
Facilitators: Sean Barnes, Ākina Foundation (New Zealand) and Roddy Stewart, CEIS (Scotland)
Facilitators: Samuel Barco, REVES Network (Spain) and Martin Meteyard, Co-operative Development Scotland (Scotland)
Chair: Minister Audrey Tang, Government of Taiwan (Taiwan)
Speakers: Howard Weinstein, Solar Ear (Brazil), Ray Coyle, Auticon (UK), Nicole Geller, Digital Superheroes Academy (Thailand) + speaker TBC
These sessions will be delivered as a traditional plenary or panel where delegates will have the opportunity to pose questions via the event app. Session capacities will range from 200 – 1,200 delegates.
There will be two debates, where we explore serious topics using an adversarial format with teams supporting and opposing a motion. These sessions will be energetic, humorous and deliberately provocative to raise awareness of sensitive issues. Delegates will have the opportunity to pose questions via the event app. Session capacity will be up to 600 delegates.
These are 15-minute filmed sessions delivered by topic experts. Delegates will have the opportunity to pose questions at the end of filming. These sessions will be streamed live via Facebook Live and available online via SEI post-event. Session capacity will be up to 200 delegates.
These are sessions designed to delve deeper into topics explored in plenaries. Delegates will hear short presentations from topic experts and this will be followed by discussion. At least 50% of the time will be allocated to participation. Session capacity will be up to 48 delegates.
These sessions will have no AV and are designed to offer delegates the opportunity to actively contribute to a range of topics facilitated by expert chairs. Delegates will be invited to identify their potential contribution via the event registration system. Confirmed contributors will be named on the online programme and involved in pre-event co-production with the session facilitator. Session capacity will be 16-24 delegates.