Final countdown to Social Entrepreneurship Programme 2013
07 Jul 2013
Hand In Hand Social Entrepreneurship Programme
Only seven weeks to go to the start of the international Social Entrepreneurship Programme (SEP) in Rustenburg, South Africa. Led by inspirational Harvard Business School Professor Kasturi Rangan, the course attracts participants from all over the world and from a variety of organisations.
“Kash Rangan is an outstanding lecturer and is brilliant at leading classroom discussions of fascinating and practical case studies. Be careful if you take the Social Entrepreneurship Programme, it just might change your life!” said Christie Peacock, Founder and Chairman of Sidai Africa, a social enterprise owned by Farm Africa.
SEP is a five-day interactive course showcasing the role of social entrepreneurs in reducing poverty. The course combines world-class teaching with field visits and expert Q&As to explore how social entrepreneurs can empower people to work their way out of poverty, create jobs and drive economic growth.
Entrepreneurs are at the heart of Hand in Hand’s model. The Social Entrepreneurship Program – now in its third year – grew from our desire to share in leading academic research and learn from the experience of others advancing the role of entrepreneurs in development.