Esade Alumni Social is pleased to invite you to an interactive session about cases where companies have developed businesses that solve social environmental challenges, while contributing to sustainability and sustainable development goals, but also gaining in innovation, improving performance and gaining new markets and competitiveness.
We will explore strategies that show how sustainability make sense to do better and good for people and planet but also for the company.
Minka-dev has more than 10 years’ experience in the development of sustainable business models that solve social and environmental problems covering the entire process from identifying a business opportunity, making market connections, structuring the business model and supporting the implementation.
Juliana Mutis is a lawyer with a focus on economic and financial law who holds a doctorate in business management and administration from the Polytechnic University of Catalonia with the co-direction of IESE. She has a master's degree in commerce and international contracting from the Autonomous University of Barcelona and was trained in Kaos Pilot, Denmark, to lead transformation and innovation processes.
Director and founder of Minka-dev, she has been a co-founder and project coordinator of the Base of the Pyramid Laboratory in Barcelona. Specialized in strategy and structuring of business development models with social-environmental impact.
Raúl Espinel has a Diploma in Business Studies, Degree in Market Research and Techniques, Postgraduate Diploma in Marketing and Market Research and a postgraduate Diploma in Management and Direction of Non-Profit Organizations and Social Economy, and is a specialist in data mining with Certificate in Social Project Impact Assessment from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT).
In the last 22 years he has developed more than 100 projects of market trend analysis, market research, social sector organizations, administrations, multilateral investment funds, universities, industrial and consumer products companies.
Remember that you can:
- Access the webinar from anywhere using a mobile device* or a computer, provided that you have a speaker and an internet connection.
- Interact with the speaker by asking questions via a live chat during the session.
* If you use a mobile device, you must download the app to access the webinar platform.
A few days before the session, you will receive an email with an individual and non-transferable access URL that will allow you to follow and participate in the live session. The time zone for this webinar is GMT+1 (Brussels, Copenhagen, Madrid, Paris). You can check what time the session will take place in your time zone by clicking on the link in the email you receive.
The webinar will be taught in English.