Build a responsible business and purposeful career whilst delivering profits with experts Shannon Houde and Theodora Lau.
The reality of global climate change and the inequality faced by millions of people every day is undeniable, but are we doing enough? Join the purpose economy to drive sustainable societal change and build profits.
Whether you want to battle climate change, promote diversity and inclusion, address inequality – or just want to leave things a little better – join Shannon Houde and Theodora Lau on Monday 29th March at 5pm (BST) / 12pm (EST) to turn your passion into action.
From the companies leading the way, to the new types of technology available to support responsible businesses, Shannon and Theodora will be drawing on their expertise and research to answer key questions including:
- What is the purpose economy and how is it changing traditional business?
- How can businesses create real change?
- What is the impact of the purpose economy on the job market and individuals looking for new jobs? How can they make a difference?
- What’s next for businesses and what future disruption should they prepare for?
Discover the role technology plays in scaling this movement and unlock new possibilities for your business and career. Join those serving the often-forgotten demographics to make financial health and positive change a reality.
About the authors:
Shannon Houde is the Founder and Managing Director of Walk of Life Coaching, an international impact career consultancy focused on sustainable business, the environment, impact investing, international development and corporate responsibility. A speaker, consultant and certified coach, she works with clients around the world, across brands ranging from Google and Deutsche Bank to Virgin Airlines and the UN Foundation.
Theodora Lau is the Founder of Unconventional Ventures. She is a public speaker, writer and adviser, whose work seeks to spark innovation to improve consumer health and financial wellbeing. She focuses on developing and growing an ecosystem of financial institutions, corporates, entrepreneurs and venture capitalists to better address the unmet needs of consumers, with a focus on women and minority founders. She co-hosts One Vision, a podcast on innovation and FinTech.