How public and private leaders can build a social economy by working with impactful businesses
The World Economic Forum’s Global Alliance for Social Entrepreneurship initiative is geared towards building a more just and sustainable world. Image: Unsplash
Daniel SchmidChief sustainability officer, SAP SE
Francois BonniciDirector, Schwab Foundation for Social Entrepreneurship; Head of Foundations, World Economic Forum
Marcos NetoDirector Sustainable Finance Hub, UNDP
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