Social Innovation

When corporations and social enterprises work together, they can change the world

The Clothing Bank, based in South Africa, is helping unemployed mothers start their own business in the clothing trade. Image: The Clothing Bank

Yasmina Zaidman

Chief Partnerships Officer, Acumen

Åsa Skogström Feldt

Manager, IKEA Social Entrepreneurship, Inter IKEA Group

Saskia Bruysten

Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer, Yunus Social Business

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