In preparation for our #Sustainability2030 Online Hackathon in collaboration with Porsche end of May we’ve created a series of meetups to give you the chance to learn more about the participating ventures and their social impact.
People have a natural aversion to inequality. More and more stakeholders demand from companies to provide an active, meaningful contribution to society from local to global level. Becoming a responsible corporate citizen also entails empowering employees to take part in societal engagements and go beyond business as usual.
What are best practices for companies?
How can individual engagement contribute to real social needs?
Learn from Anne Kjær-Bathel CEO and Co-Founder of award winning organization ReDI School of Digital Integration about the welcoming culture in Germany and how digital transformation can become an opportunity for businesses and immigrants.
Meet social entrepreneur Stephanie Frost, Co-Founder of the volunteering platform Vostel and learn how corporate volunteering can help society and contribute to employer happiness!
Anne Kjær Bathel is CEO and co-founder ReDI School of Digital Integration. She is a graduate from KaosPilot in Denmark, a hybrid of a business and a design school. In 2015, in response to the refugee crisis, Anne co-founded ReDI School of Digital Integration, a vocational training program teaching programming and tech skills to asylum seekers. Anne was recognised by Capital Magazine as “Young Elite - Top 40 under 40” in Germany three years in a row. In 2018 she was recognised by Edition F as "25 Women" revolutionising German industry and by Handelsblatt as "Mutmacher of the Year".
Stephanie Frost is a Managing Director and co-founder of the volunteer platform vostel.de, Stephanie (M.A. International Business) is responsible for Corporate Volunteering and is also in charge of Finance & Law. Together with her team, she works daily to raise Corporate Volunteering to a more effective level and to create added value for both sides - companies and nonprofits.
Leonhard Nima is a serial social entrepreneur, Co-Founder of N3XTCODER and former Adjunct Professor of Social Entrepreneurship at Hult International Business School in San Francisco and London. He previously worked for Nobel Peace Prize Laureate Professor Muhammad Yunus at The Grameen Creative Lab as Head of Academia.
He has been a speaker and moderator at international conferences such as the Global Social Business Summit in Malaysia, Mexico and Germany, the BMW Group rad°hub in the UK, United States and Germany, One Young World in Switzerland or TEDxSocial Business in Austria.
ReDI School of Digital Integration is a non-profit digital school for tech-interested newcomers in Germany. They teach digital skills such as programming and provide a strong network of tech startups and industry partners to accelerate collaboration to help create new opportunities for all.
Vostel offers a wide range of volunteering opportunities at various non-profit organisations on their platform vostel.de. They provide concrete possibilities for corporations to help their employees to become socially engaged and help create a better world.
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We at N3XTCODER strongly support the Global Goals and aim for all our projects and partners to contribute to one or more of the 17 Global Goals that have been launched by the United Nations in 2015.
A 17-point plan to end poverty, halt climate change and fight injustice and inequality, the Global Goals are the biggest attempt in the history of the human race to make the world a better place.
A plan that 193 governments have agreed, a plan that the world wants and needs. A plan backed by leading business and organisations. A to-do-list for the planet that will only be achieved if everyone plays their part.
N3XTCODER aims to identify and work with the best technology solutions and digital products that have the great potential to tackle the most pressing problems that persist today.
Read more about the Global Goals at www.globalgoals.org.