INTERVIEW | Moxie Sessions 19: Social Enterprise

The Moxie Sessions is a tech economy discussion group held once a month in Auckland, New Zealand. Our co-founder Jade alongside Alex & Antony were interviewed online (Google hangout recording from London) and offline (amongst an intimate group setting at GridAKL in Auckland) on the topic of Social Enterprise.


The Moxie Sessions is a tech economy discussion group held once a month in Auckland, New Zealand. Our co-founder Jade alongside Alex & Antony were interviewed online (Google hangout recording from London) and offline (amongst an intimate group setting at GridAKL in Auckland) on the topic of Social Enterprise.

 

The topic is:

Social enterprise. Businesses with a social purpose. Corporate responsibility as more than a side-project. Are these the start of something economically transformative and positive, and what would it take to hurry it along in New Zealand or the world?

The speakers were:

  • Alex Hannant on strategy, markets, and a shift in values
  • Antony Welton with a view from big corporate
  • Jade Tang on working with social enterprises. You can see the slides Jade presented here

Offline interview by Hayden Glass
Online interview by Glenn Williams


This interview was originally published on Moxie Sessions »