Society Works

F&BKP partner Society Works
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Society Works and the F&BKP

SocietyWorks, in close collaboration with Impact Hub Amsterdam together with other supporting organizations (start up incubators, labs and hubs) in seven developing countries, is setting up an interactive knowledge mapping process of social entrepreneurs within their ecosystems. The results of this mapping will be published on the F&BKP website in February 2017.

About Society Works

Society Works takes people on a journey to explore new possibilities and find out new rules of the game. Society Works steps in the new era. Today’s society is full of skilled and ambitious people who increasingly organize themselves in new structures: Broodfonds, Impact Hub, Seats2Meet are great examples. And Society Works believes it can do more…

For more information, visit the Society Works website.

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