What impact does your business have in your community?
It’s no news that companies take Corporate Social Responsibility very seriously. It’s like a magic door that opens up more opportunities and this is why. The world is ever-changing and businesses are looking for more ways to connect with their customers.
As a BOSS Lady, beyond making the $$$, you need to look at the bigger picture on how you can create a positive change in your community.
Firstly, when your business is seen making an impact, it shows that you have an interest in social issues which will help raise your company profile, attract new customers and/or identify new opportunities.
Get your business to impact your community and make a difference with these tips from @owigarj, founder of JuaKali Workforce on August 22nd at 12PM WAT! Click here for more: bit.ly/judithowigar Click To Tweet
Ain’t that the goal?
Remember, being socially responsible is good for the bottom line.
If you want to learn how to create, craft and manage social change strategies, join us on Thursday, August 22nd, for a Facebook Live with Judith Owigar, founder of JuaKali Workforce, who’ll be dishing out tips to help your business aim for change.
Some of the topics we’ll cover:
- How to discover what social issues are most relevant to you and your community.
- 5 different ways your business can create a positive social change while you make profit.
- Finding purpose and grit in social projects.
- Impact vs Sustainability.
Facebook LIVE details:
Date: Thursday, August 22nd, 2019
Time: 12PM Lagos // 1PM Joburg// 2PM Nairobi
Location: Register below to get access to this opportunity
Judith Owigar is passionate about initiatives involving youth, women and all things technology. With a Masters in Applied Computing from the University of Nairobi, she’s the founder JuaKali Workforce, an online micro-jobs platform that connects young people to short term jobs in Kenya’s informal sector.
In 2015, Judith shared a panel with President Barack Obama of the U. S. and President Uhuru Kenyatta of Kenya at the Global Entrepreneurship Summit. She is a 2015 East African Acumen Fellow and a 2014 international Focus fellow.
She has been named as one of the Top 40 under 40 women by the Business Daily newspaper in Kenya and has been recognized with the Anita Borg Change Agent Award by the Anita Borg Institute for Women and Technology.