Tag Archives: china
Posted on 12. Jun, 2009 by Andrew.
I am just returning from Madrid, Spain, where I attended a small convening of 40 people from around the world called the Future Trends Forum (FTF), hosted by the Bankinter Foundation of Innovation, a Spanish bank. Spain is yet another country (see my post on China) interested in advancing a social innovation agenda. There were […]
Posted on 18. May, 2009 by Andrew.
Last week I was in Portland, Oregon where I joined Greg Dees, David Sawyer, Kim Alter and others to contribute to the Social Innovator Leadership Program led by Mercy Corps. We worked with a 20-person delegation made up of representatives of China’s public, private, and NGO sectors from the All-China Youth Federation. Besides the fact […]