Wed, Apr 28|
STARTUP PATHWAY TO IMPACT. CREATE SUSTAINABLE VALUE TO WIN THE HEARTS & MINDS OF YOUR CUSTOMERS
Time & Location
Apr 28, 2021, 12:00 PM – 1:30 PM
About the Event
We are excited to announce our next speaker at Go Global World community!Speaker(s): Tiah Goldstein
Founder of Interwoven HQ (Australia/Israel
The recent global events can be compared to the concept of "creative destruction" - (the process of industrial mutation that continuously revolutionizes the economic structure from within, incessantly destroying the old one, incessantly creating a new one") Both the methods in which we thought we needed to operate as a business have changed, as well as the way we as individuals and as society function.
More and more people are seeking ways to live in alignment with their values. Businesses are looking for ways to either use their business as a tool for change, or to adapt to the increasing demands of consumers for more responsibility, and awareness of impact.
This webinar will cover the current and emerging landscape, the opportunities for growth, and the creation of something different and more beautiful. We will discuss change theories, CSR/EGS legislation, UNSDG, shifts in the startup ecosystems, and provide some basic tools to implement within your own lives.
Online conference agenda:
5 min - Danil Kislinskiy will present Go Global World.
40 min - Tiah Goldstein will talk on the announced topic.
45 min - Q&A
About the speaker(s):
Tiah Goldstein, the founder of Interwoven HQ, has over 25 years' of international experience in developing interactive and practical programs, frameworks, and strategies around entrepreneurship, sustainability, scaling social impact and leadership. She has played a vital role in the development of the startup community in QLD through offering unique early-stage entrepreneurship programs, crafting strategies for innovation centers, mentoring various startups, building communities of practise, and growing an event series around the importance of failure within the entrepreneurship journey. She has worked accelerators, incubators, maker spaces, universities and regional governments.
Her passion is influencing the tech startup ecosystem towards becoming hell-bent on using technology to solve some of the most complex problems humanity faces. Tiah has lived and worked in five countries, likes yoga, long walks on the beach and crocheting unicorns.
She has an Undergrad in Community Economic Development,an MBA, and is currently working developing her Doctorate of Business exploring social finance investment methods into the startup ecosystem to better align results with the United nations sustainable development goals.