What is the Good Summit?

www.thegoodsummit.com

Taking place in the iconic Trinity College Dublin on 24 October, The Good summit is an event that inspires and fuels the small movements already taking place around the globe. It is a metaphorical raincloud to help cultivate the ground where change is already taking place.

From global corporate syndicates to local government, NGOs, charities, SMEs, NFPs, social entrepreneurs and social activist. The Good Summit is an event for those who know things can be done differently.

The event provides a space for dialogue, that motivates those who feel disengaged and disenchanted with how the world works; offering a platform for solidarity, with new ideas, and empowerment.

Delegates will go home from The Good Summit feeling raised up, positively challenged & inspired.

Three Spaces

MARKET SPACE

Good practitioners from organisations / corporates / NFPs / charities / entrepreneurs /public sector / NGO’s using their space as an exhibitor for showcasing, connecting, andspreading their ideas and products. This is about shaking hands, showing products, and sharing ideas in the realm of Good work for the world.

SEMINAR SPACE

Thought-leaders / practitioners / facilitators and educators in established areas arejoining us as speakers for The Good Summit. The day’s sessions, panels anddiscussions are planned across 4 main streams. Good Health, Good Leadership, Good Work and Good Society.

CROí SPACE

Croí (kr-ee)is the irish for ‘Heart’ and the evening gathering is the opening of the event on 23 October in the legendary Trinity College Dining Hall. With food, drink, music and words, the Croí gathering will leave participants motivated for The Good Summit ahead.

The Good Summit are offering exhibitor spaces and a reduced fee for social enterprises so if you want to get your brand out there with the people that matter, pop us an email info@socent.ie

 

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