Come join us for an interactive dialogue on social entrepreneurship and what it truly means for Singapore and the region.

Grace Sai, a serial social entrepreneur has just returned from an MBA in Oxford University, focusing on social entrepreneurship. The founder of Books for Hope, a Skoll Scholar and co-founder of two upcoming startups, she shares the true meaning of social entrepreneurship drawing from both scholarly theory and successful examples worldwide.

This session is ideal for:

– those intrigued but confused by the concept,
– current and aspiring social entrepreneurs, and
– those looking for both money and meaning in their careers.

This dialogue session is part of Activist Care Centre, a fundraising programme of Post-Museum [].

ENTRY BY DONATION (suggested $10)
Please RSVP as seats are limited.