Business with Social Impact in Emerging Markets is an international project initiated within the UN PRME (Principles for Responsible Management Education) and realized by the Institute of Business Studies RANEPA in partnership with the Universidad de Colombia School of Management, ISAE – Brazilian Business School, SPJIMR-Bharatiya Vidaya Bhavan (India) and University of Monterrey (Mexico).
The third module 2021 is organized by the ISAE, Brazilian Business School. It is devoted to Social Entrepreneurship and Social Innovation. It provides the understanding of the transformative potential that innovation can have. The concept calls for cooperation and interaction between academia, nonprofit, public and private sectors. Social innovations are new solutions that simultaneously meet a social need and lead to new or improved capabilities and relationships and better use of assets and resources.
Brazil is a country full of entrepreneurs and leaders who contribute to social transformation. The BSIEM Program Brazil in 2021 focuses on a social innovation and the challenges and impacts caused by the Coronavirus Pandemic. The objective is to share best practices and reflect on new ways of doing business and directing capital, always with a focus on the sustainable development of the planet.
The participants have a unique opportunity to interact in multinational groups sharing the experience on dealing with social problems in the emerging economies. This module is focused on the specific of Brazil.