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Social Enterprise 2:0: Dare to Dream Dare to Do
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January, 2009

Social Enterprise Summit, April 15-17, 2009 in New Orleans, LA -

Save the date in your calendar now for the next Summit, scheduled for April 15-17, 2009 at the InterContinental Hotel in New Orleans.

As this will be our 10th Anniversary conference, we’re planning some special things. You can look forward to a lively 10th Anniversary party, an optional SEA work project in the city, and of course, there’s the local jazz festival on the weekend after the Summit. So bring your family and enjoy New Orleans.

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Join over 500 leaders representing enterprising nonprofits, fair trade, digital inclusion, micro-finance, and others at the premier event for organizations pursuing a social or environmental mission using market-driven approaches. The growth of the sector has made the Social Enterprise Alliance’s Summit the place for learning, peer-level networking, and the advancement of social enterprise as a movement. In addition to high-quality educational sessions and inspiring presentations from the cutting edge of the field, you can look forward to a new Policy Track, lively 10th Anniversary party, tours of local enterprises, unique pre-conference sessions, and a terrific local jazz festival on the weekend after the Summit. www.se-alliance.org/summit.cfm.



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