Next Gen Capitalism – Profit, People, Planet Forum
There is a movement around the world to embrace a different version of capitalism, one which is centered around the creation of shared value and has people and profit in its bottom line.
bankmecu would like to invite you to attend the Next Gen Capitalism – Profit, People, Planet forum, which brings together leading thinkers and practitioners involved in this movement.
Michael Short from Fairfax’s ‘The Zone’, a leading thinker on the role of business and the economics of community value, will host the forum panel comprising of;
Melina Morrison director of Australia's Secretariat for the UN Year of Cooperatives and a founding director of Social Business Australia
Danny Almagor founder wisdom council for Hub Melbourne, and Social Entrepreneur in Residence at RMIT
Mark McKenzie-McHarg founder of the Yackandandah Community Development Co. Ltd
Jonathan Tasini a progressive US political and economic strategist, who has written on issues related to IR, the economy and politics
This panel discussion will also seek to engage the audience in exploring the opportunities that exist for a new approach to more responsible capitalism.
Date: Tuesday, 7 August 2012
Time: 5:45pm for 6:00pm (sharp start) - 7.30pm
Finger food and drinks available
Venue: BMW Edge, Federation Square
Cnr Swanston and Flinders Street, Melbourne
Bookings are essential: Please register your attendance here