The Social Enterprise Open Camp is an international training event dedicated to social entrepreneurship gathering the most notable figures in the field of impact entrepreneurship worldwide. An intensive, immersive, and residential training experience featuring a programme full of workshops, case studies from around the world, plenary sessions, and keynote speeches.
To whom it is intended
Impactful entrepreneurs, aspiring innovators, change makers, social enterprises, international cooperation practitioners, impact investors, and representatives of institutions, universities, and academies. Participants will be both from Italy and from all over the world.
Social Enterprise Open Camp – Gender Smart Investing
22-25 June 2019, Naples-Salerno
The 2019 edition of the Social Enterprise Open Camp focused on the analysis of female potential, technology, and access to capital to outline the social enterprises of the future and foster the virtuous convergence of impact capital, technology, innovation, and women’s entrepreneurship.
SEOC DIGITAL 2020
A path towards the Social Enterprise Open Camp 2021 in which 3 types of activities alternated:
- 3 workshop online in which participants challenged themselves, through the design thinking method already experienced in person, to explore the themes of women’s entrepreneurship and urban sustainability
- 4 seoc digital talk with professionals and names from national and international social entrepreneurship
- 3 seoc story in which social entrepreneurs talked about themselves in live streaming
Social Enterprise Open Camp – Planet&People
23-26 October 2021, Venice – San Servolo Island
The 2021 edition of the Social Enterprise Open Camp focused on the role played by impact enterprises in the challenges of contemporaneity, which have become even bigger and more complex because of the pandemic crisis that is reshaping socio-economic dimensions on a global scale.
Social Enterprise Open Camp – Tech for Change & Social Impact
21-24 October 2022, Bari & Matera
In 2022, the Social Enterprise Open Camp took place in Bari and in Matera, the 2019 European Capital Of Culture, and reflected on the role of technology and digital innovation in generating social and environmental impact in rural, peri-urban and inland areas in various latitudes of the planet, from Africa to Italy.