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As I was walking up towards the exit from SAF lecture theatre I saw two people approach me who asked that exact question. “Are you a gangster?” Unsurprisingly, it made a few other people turn their heads around in wonder as they were also leaving the lecture hall after a presentation on social economy. Little did they know about what made these two strangers say this and how it could be connected to someone I had mentioned earlier – Christian Vanizette. Despite what some of my friends may say for the usual joke – this had nothing to do with my russian/ukrainian background and the tales of russian mafia wars. Are you a gangster? | Imperial Entepreneurs
Will you Make Sense? | McKinsey on Society Please share by clicking the Tweet button below! MakeSense is an open project which challenges people for social business. We help social entrepreneurs solve their challenges by connecting them with people who want to take up the challenges and we facilitate the process. We do this online and offline with creative workshops called hold-ups. For the last 9 months we have organised close to 100 hold-ups animated by the members of MakeSense, called Gangsters.
Students, are you tired of classic lectures and want to start ACTING?! This call is for you! SenseSchool is looking for 6 students ready to take up the challenge of Transapi social business : "How to cut early school leaving thanks to MO...OCs (massive open online courses) made by youth people at risk for dropping out of school?" The mission? Create tools to mobilize 1000 young people around TransiMoocs, so they can become the pioneers of an innovative online learning! MakeSense
The first Hold-up in Bordeaux ‘ll be organized on July, 3rd, from 18 to 20 pm in Darwin offices, Bastide Niel, rive droite. Sylvain needs us to find a business model for a new service! Toulouse crew organized a hold-up for help the project Capstreet founded by supercool students from Supinfo ! CapStreet is a software solution allowing the calculation of an adapted itinerary for people with reduced mobility , according to their degree of difficulty getting around. CapStreet uses Open Data initiatives and the project OpenStreetMap and to have geographical data. This data is enhanced by community to adapt the solution for people with reduced mobility.