Does that resonate with you?
Creating positive social and environmental outcomes should be the default approach to doing business.
Positive outcomes can be realised in both the operations of an organisation, and the product or service being delivered. Not only that, but it should be rewarding and rewarded. Entrepreneurs have an opportunity to be part of creating a thriving society at the same time as building an exciting and successful enterprise. These things should not be mutually exclusive, but instead be mutually beneficial.
There are many of us thinking about these ideas, and often Brighton is cited as an obvious natural epicentre where there is a high concentration of us.
A proposal for Brighton
I propose we take advantage of the perception people have of Brighton. That its entrepreneurial, progressive, and big-thinking.
Let’s make Brighton the destination and the gathering place for people creating the organisations that will be the model for how business should be done in 2020 and beyond.
Let’s make Brighton the home of progressive entrepreneurs.
One of Brighton’s many advantages is the sheer number of communities that already exist to do good things in the world. As part of turning Brighton into a destination we’ll create a physical space these communities can call home. It’ll be their base of operations, and where their communities meet. Where as a broader community, we can manufacture serendipity, incubate new ideas, share our knowledge and experience with each other, and ultimately scale up our collective impact.
We’ll be hosting an informal open space gathering when you can be part of shaping the physical space with us, and have an opportunity to meet some new colleagues.
Tue, February 25, 2020RSVP – https://www.eventbrite.com/e/brighton-impact-hub-roundtable-consultation-tickets-89979654569
6:30 PM – 9:00 PM
Venue in Brighton TBA (RSVP to be notified)
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Thanks for getting this far. I would love to hear your thoughts about this initiative, so even if you can’t make it to the meetup, give me a shout and lets grab some time to catchup.