IE Social Innovation – Asia Series

Written by: Alberto Cremonesi, Board of Directors, Impact Hub Association, Founder, Impact Hub Phnom Penh.

Sousadei! Halo! Kamusta! Xin Chao! Swadi! Hello! My name is Alberto and I am excited to introduce IE Social Innovation – Asia Series, our brand new blog series where we discuss the latest trends in social innovation, tech and impact in Asia Pacific. Follow us to learn more about the broader ecosystem in the region, get to know its players and learn how some small initiatives are creating big change. 

If you are interested in social entrepreneurship, tech for good, impact measurement & investing – or everything innovation in Asia – this series is for you. We will take you closer to some of the most pressing challenges of our time, and introduce you to the people experimenting at the forefront of social innovation.

Can we achieve inclusive economic growth while combating climate change and resource consumption? How can we keep thriving while guaranteeing a fair and equal society for all? Asia can certainly play a pivotal role – together we will look for answers and explore some of the solutions coming from this incredible region.

Engage, reach out, demand for more. Share your ideas, ask for connections, let us know your thoughts. Your Asia journey is about to begin. 

About the author:

Alberto is a member of the Board of Directors of Impact Hub Global Network and the founder of Impact Hub Phnom Penh. His focus is on the field of social entrepreneurship and social innovation, non-for-profit management and corporate non-market strategies. He is particularly interested in understanding the processes through which entrepreneurs construct new models and markets, and the growth and scaling up processes of new ventures in order to maximize economic and social impact. Alberto has been living and working in Asia for over 15 years. 

Alberto holds an executive MBA from IE Business School. In life, he continues his quest to find the perfect espresso coffee outside of Italy.


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