This November, Emerge will once again be hosted by Oxford University’s Saïd Business School. Emerge is the UK’s leading gathering for a new generation of leaders who are focused on redefining the world in which we live.
Emerge engages and connects young professionals and university students who aspire to drive transformational change with current global change-agents leading entrepreneurial ventures, businesses and sector-defining organisations.
The winning venture will be invited for a business plan workshop with Mustard Seed, as well as connecting with appropriate members from our network. The goal is to further the winners’ chances of becoming an investable enterprise. While the award does not include prize money, all ventures will be considered for potential investment by our team.
An Impactful 2-Day Programme
Emerge is the event for people who are committed to redefining the world in which we live. Each year, Emerge brings together students, young professionals, entrepreneurs, organisations and activists from across the globe to challenge the status quo, and share ideas for a more socially and environmentally responsible world. Emerge is all about ‘what’s next’: the big ideas, the future leaders, trends and key players. The diversity of topics and attendees means there is something for everyone – whether you’re looking for an introduction to the social impact sphere, or want to gain deeper insights and connections within your sector.
In order to attend, please purchase your Emerge 2016 ticket in advance.
We are Keen to Hear your Ideas!
Submissions will close at noon on October 24. Should you be successful, you will need to be available from 9.45am Sunday 13th November for a pre-pitch briefing.
Submit a 2 minutes pitch video answering the following questions:
Submit an Overview of your Venture here!
Skoll Centre for Social Entrepreneurship Interim Deputy Director
Andrea Warriner is the Interim Deputy Director at the Skoll Centre for Social Entrepreneurship. She manages a range of initiatives aimed at equipping high potential individuals for careers of positive impact. Andrea is a graduate of the MBA programme at Saïd Business School where she was a Saïd Foundation Scholar. Prior to the MBA, she worked in strategy and project management at Africa Health Placements, a social organisation seeking to address the skills shortage in public health in South Africa. She began her career as a consultant at McKinsey and Company, where she worked on organisational development topics at large South African firms, primarily within energy and retail.
Finalists will be announced on October 31st!