Corporate Social Innovation Nation

Looking Past the Divisions to Bring Corporates Into the Social Space

Why It Matters

Sometimes, in the world of impact, we can have biases about "the other" and their intentions for trying to have a social or environmental impact. Working through these dividing lines has potential to open up more capital for good.

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This week, we spoke with Allyson Hewitt, the McConnell Foundation Senior Social Innovation Fellow at MaRS, about corporate social innovation.

IN SHORT

Corporations can be at the table beyond their pocketbooks.

A8 1/3 If we are too focused on seeing corporates only as cheque writers, we miss all the other ways we can leverage their assets for social impact #futureofgood

— AllysonHewitt (@AllysonHewitt) May 2, 2019

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