Supporting Community-Based Impact Entrepreneurship


Social entrepreneurship has firmly taken hold in Charleston and one reason we can point to is the work of our friend, Stuart Williams, founder of In Place Impact.

Among his many endeavors, Stuart has launched an “Impact Entrepreneurs Program” at the College of Charleston that is FREE to College of Charleston students, In Place Impact Members and Charleston residents wishing to become Impact Entrepreneurs or Intrapreneurs.

Ask anyone who has attended and they will tell you that this is a phenomenal opportunity for anyone interested in innovative and sustainable ways to make a positive impact in their community.

“Join in to get everything you need to design, launch, manage and scale your impact innovation.”

Impact Entrepreneurship Winter 2018
Weekly classes  from 7pm – 8:30pm @ 5 Liberty Street
Beginning Wednesday, January 10, 2018
Ending Wednesday, March 28, 2018

  • A totally free class 12 week class, purposed to provide participants with the knowledge, information, tools, context, and contacts required to build, launch and scale their impact focused companies.
  • The class is run 3 times each year, and the innovations and businesses being created are remarkable.
  • Once a class is completed, participants have the option to migrate in to In Place Impact’s Impact Incubator.
    Participants must have innovations purposed to make a social and or environmental difference.
REGISTER NOW

 

For more background on Stuart and his concept of “People, Planet & Profit”, check out his fireside chat with Ian.

“The most important strategic decision leaders will make during the next decade will be whether or not to embrace today’s imperative business and investment thesis of People, Planet, Profit.” ~ Stuart M. Williams

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