An Equitable Economic Recovery: A Small Business Perspective

October 21, 2021

The COVID-19 pandemic has had an immense and disproportionate impact on historically underrepresented groups and has amplified systemic challenges like racism and gender inequality. These challenges have been experienced by many small businesses and entrepreneurs that identify as part of these groups.

In this session, a panel of entrepreneurs and business advocates will share the impact the pandemic has had on small businesses within their community, as well as their perspective on what an inclusive economic recovery looks like. Their stories will shed light on how we can each respond as an ally to the businesses, organizations and people around us.

This event is part of the Enlightened Economy Summit 2021 Event Series, which brings together people from a variety of backgrounds and experiences with one thing in common — a desire to make a positive impact in their community. Regardless of your industry, position, or years of experience, you can play a fundamental role in affecting positive social impact.

Learn more and register for one event or the whole series on the Enlightened Economy Summit 2021 (EES 2021) website. Events delivered online via Bizzabo.

 

Register via EES 2021

 

EES 2021 is a partnership between MacEwan University’s Social Innovation Institute, Net Impact Edmonton, BDC and Roundhouse.

 


Enlightened Economy Summit
EnlightenedEconomy.net

Social Innovation Institute
MacEwan.ca/Innovate



Event Details

Date October 21, 2021
Start Time 11:00 a.m.
End Time 1:00 p.m.
Location Online via Bizzabo
Event Type Conference/Seminar
Contact Person Heather Braid
Contact Phone 780-910-3598
Contact Email heather.braid@macewan.ca
Event Website Visit Site