The Relevance of The World Economic Forum to Social Entrepreneurship


Why the World Economic Forum is relevant to social entrepreneurship:

The World Economic Forum (WEF) is a Geneva-based foundation whose Annual Meeting of chief executives of the world’s richest corporations, some national political leaders (presidents, prime ministers and others), and selected intellectuals and journalists, about 2000 people in all, is usually held in Davos, Switzerland. There are also regional meetings throughout the year. It was founded in 1971 by Klaus M. Schwab, a business professor in Switzerland, and has helped fund his family foundation, the Schwab Foundation for Social Entrepreneurship.

The annual meeting is going on right now and there are lots of people blogging it and several news articles coming out each day.

Here is a link to the World Economic Forum Weblog

I’ve added it to my blogroll, over on the right –>

One thought on “The Relevance of The World Economic Forum to Social Entrepreneurship”

  1. This looks cool so far, what’s up people?
    If there’s anyone else here, let me know.
    Oh, and yes I’m a real person LOL.

    Later,

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