REGISTER NOW: Future Impact Leaders Program

The US Chamber of Impact Communities will be launching soon in Charleston, and we know you will be want to be a part of it.

The purpose of this innovative business, which will balance profit, people and the planet, is to build a socially, economically and environmentally sustainable Charleston, one person, one family, one business, one institution, one environment and one community segment at a time.

Here is your first opportunity to get involved!

USCOIC’s Future Impact Leaders program 
Wednesday, September 14, 2016 from 7:00 PM to 8:30 PM 
Wells Fargo Auditorium – 5 Liberty Street, Charleston, SC
FREE – Registration required


Over the next 50 years the greatest wealth creation on earth will be driven by people who develop solutions for humanity and the planet. The main genesis of these solutions will be collaboratives of citizens who out of their own necessity will need to create socially, economically and environmentally sustainable communities.
USCOIC’s “Future Impact Leaders” program is designed to provide all Charleston residents with the knowledge, information, contacts, tools, context and where appropriate capital they require to become social and environmental entrepreneurs. Through this program everyone will have the option to participate in and benefit (financially) from developing the solutions their own communities need.
USCOIC also runs an Impact Incubator specifically for Social and Environmental Entrepreneurs wishing to scale their initiatives across America and beyond.
Commencing September 14th 2016 and running through April 26th 2017, the class is held Wednesday evenings from7pm – 8:30pm at the Wells Fargo Auditorium, College of Charleston School of Business, 5 Liberty Street, Charleston, SC.
The class will feature local, national and international experts from social and environmental entrepreneurship, impact investing, scaling, professional services, social enterprises and more. Attendees already registered include angel investors, impact investors, community leaders, community residents, social and environmental entrepreneurs and local business leaders.
FREE – Registration required


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