ABOUT THE EVENT:
Entrepreneurs in impact-focused businesses and social enterprises are driven to create positive change. They address issues such as homelessness, climate change or racial inequality by using business as a force for good. And yet, they often fall short of building an effective revenue model which provides the financial sustainability to create social impact. In this workshop, Joey Womack, CEO and Founder of Goodie Nation will share his experience as a coach to impact-oriented entrepreneurs of tech-based and technology businesses. He will discuss various revenue models available to entrepreneurs, which help them balance purpose and profits. He will be joined by Dominick Ard’is and Atticus LeBlanc, successful social entrepreneurs who have worked through the important process of finding the right revenue models for their enterprises. Workshop participants will get a chance to interact with the speakers with ample time for Q&A. This workshop is open and relevant to students, faculty and community members who are interested in launching, scaling or working for impact-focused businesses.
ABOUT THE SPEAKERS/STORYTELLERS:
- Joey Womack, Founder and CEO, Goodie Nation
- Dominick Ard’is, Founder and CEO, The ACT House
- Atticus LeBlanc, Founder and CEO, PadSplit
Friday, February 19 at 12:00pm to 1:30pmVirtual Event