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SAP is the market leader in enterprise application software, helping companies of all sizes and in all industries run at their best. For more than a decade, SAP has worked to build trust and add value to the social enterprise sector. Efforts in this field range from partnerships and programs that focus on early stage innovation and inspiring new ventures, to accelerating and scaling mature social enterprises. With a global network of customers, partners, employees, and thought leaders, SAP helps the world run better and improves people’s lives.
Asia Pacific Social Innovation Summit
Asia Pacific Social Innovation Summit (APSIS) is one of the significant summits on social enterprise across the Asia Pacific region. Initiated by a public-private-partnership in 2018, it aimed to advocate for social entrepreneurship and social innovation and to promote Taiwan’s 5-year Social Innovation Action Plan. The purpose of APSIS is to help Taiwan’s social innovation ecosystem grow and to show the world that Taiwan has the ability and willingness to help solve global problems, achieving sustainable development goals (SDGs) together with actors from across sectors. Every year, APSIS invites organisations and representatives from civil society, corporates, and the government to co-organise the flagship summit, which welcomes 1,000+ social entrepreneurs, change makers, and representatives from all walks of life to attend, meet, collaborate, and exchange ideas and experiences.
Amsterdam Impact, an initiative by the City of Amsterdam, is here to strengthen the ecosystem for all companies that tackle societal challenges through entrepreneurship. Such companies include social enterprises and socially responsible businesses that simultaneously create financial and social value. In addition, our impact entrepreneurship programme pays special attention to enterprises that improve the quality of life in Amsterdam’s neighbourhoods. Amsterdam Impact is active on Twitter, LinkedIn, Instagram, and Facebook.
KOICA (Korea International Cooperation Agency) is the representative agency for development cooperation in Korea. Their goal is to contribute to reducing poverty, improving quality of life in developing countries, enhancing the human rights of women, children, the disabled, and youth, achieving sustainable development, and building peace and prosperity in the international community.
Social Enterprise Institute
Social Enterprise NL
Social Enterprise NL, founded in 2012, is the national membership body and represents, connects and supports the growing community of social enterprises (400+ members) in The Netherlands. Social Enterprise NL offers its members direct support services in specific areas such as access to finance and impact measurement. Social Enterprise NL is in continuous dialogue with government to improve the business environment for social enterprises and runs a Buy Social program. To learn more about the work of SENL, visit their website.
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The Social Enterprise Ecosystem Project (S4ES) is an innovative collaboration among five partners: the Canadian Community Economic Development Network (CCEDNet), the Chantier de l’Economie sociale, Buy Social Canada, Social Enterprise Institute (SEI), and Social Value Lab. Funded by the Employment and Social Development Canada (ESDC) and the McConnell Foundation, S4ES provides expert services for social enterprises to grow and become investment-ready through online learning and resources, personalized coaching, and social impact measurement. Learn more about S4ES by visiting their website.
Work Together Foundation
The Work Together Foundation (WT) was established in 2003 with the mission of resolving unemployment. Ever since, the nonprofit foundation has supported and introduced better jobs that reducing polarization and making society healthier. The Foundation supports the employment of diverse minority and disadvantaged groups, including young adults, women, early retirees and seniors, as well as the sustainable growth of social enterprises as new models of employment. WT focuses on the activities expanding employment infrastructure by job policy research, popular fundraising campaigns, and implementing various projects through entrepreneurship incubation, enterprise growth support, overseas growth support, financial support, and employment support. Since 2011, WT has been involved in international cooperation development programs to fundamentally resolve unemployment and poverty in developing countries through social enterprises.