Ashoka, the Zermatt Summit Foundation, Fondation Guilé, DPD and Boehringer Ingelheim are delighted to announce the winners of the European competition “Social & Business Co-Creation: collaboration for impact”. They were awarded during a ceremony at the prestigious Zermatt Summit, on June 27, 2014

 

Please join us in congratulating the inspiring competition winners:

 

Anonymous | 6/27/2014

Ashoka,the Zermatt Summit Foundation, Fondation Guilé, DPD and Boehringer Ingelheim are delighted to announce the finalists of the European competition “Social & Business Co-Creation: collaboration for impact”. We were excited to see so many innovative collaborations led by social-mission organizations, traditional businesses and public institutions in Europe: we have received 338 projects from 34 European countries!

 

Please join us in congratulating the 15 finalist projects:

Anonymous | 6/1/2014

When discussing the articulation of individual versus collective interest, general interest is usually referred to as carrying a fairly obvious content. However, one soon realizes that what they believed was a solid platform for consensus is in fact the place for important misunderstandings, each party defining it in its own way. 

Anonymous | 4/19/2014

Online panel: Social & Business Co-Creation 
March 27, 2014

 

Anonymous | 4/10/2014

Check out some Social & Business Co-Creation cases in Europe

Ana-Maria Filipescu | 4/9/2014

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Ana-Maria Filipescu | 4/8/2014

In Europe, millions of people don’t have access to essential products and services. What can YOU do to address this challenge and generate big impact?

 

Are you a social entrepreneur or a social-mission organization?

 

Anonymous | 4/2/2014

(Editor's note: This post originally appeared on Forbes.com)

Scaling up innovation is rarely as simple as investing in a company. The best social innovations aren’t companies – rather they are social movements, coalitions co-created by businesses, social sector organisations and governments working together.

But how do you fund and scale up a movement?

Anonymous | 3/31/2014

(Editor's note: This post originally appeared on Forbes.comphoto credit: Editions Diateino)

We are entering an Age of Complexity characterized by intensified economic unpredictability, tectonic demographic and technological shifts, and accelerating resource scarcity. Adversity has become the New Normal. When you face adversity you either throw in the towel quickly or keep on fighting the issue. But what if you could transcend this “fight-or-flight” reaction and uncover a third way that could empower you to see adversity as an opportunity for personal and collective growth? 

Anonymous | 3/24/2014

(Editor's note: This post originally appeared on Forbes.comWelcome desk in main Paris agency for telecommunication services (photo credit : Emmaüs Défi)

Today, over 16% of the population of the European Union lives in poverty and does not have access to several essential products and services. But according to a recent European study from Accenture France, co-creation between the business and social sectors can enable the emergence of hybrid models that are better positioned to meet key societal needs, create new market opportunities, generate public savings and create new jobs.

Anonymous | 3/3/2014
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