Event is organised by Torino Social Impact, Reale Mutua and Sole 24 Ore
The impact economy is a new entrepreneurial and financial paradigm that aims to carry out initiatives with a high social impact through the overcoming of the traditional notion of social responsibility. This revolution is interpreted by a new generation of companies that merge the ability to intentionally produce positive social impacts and financial and economic profitability.
The seminar will help to understand how cooperation and competition between third sector subjects, traditional for-profit companies and financial investors can foster new models of entrepreneurship responding to great emerging social challenges.
Three panels will be held:
– During the first panel, for-profit companies will be asked how they interpret the social impact challenge, among the speakers Luca Filippone, Marco Lavazza and Serena Porcari.
– During the second panel, tech-intensive social enterprises will tell their success stories.
– During the third panel, investors will explain which factors can determine their support to tech4impact projects.
A radical and systemic approach that shows how social impact objectives can be pursued through the use of advanced technological models and how enabling ecosystems can boost the development of new business models with a focus on these objectives.
A national and international initiative, an opportunity to show selected projects with a social and technological impact, as well as to meet the main actors of the sector at the national and international level.
Afterwards, visit the Historical Museum of Reale Mutua.