Connecting Communities: A Presentation by Benita Matofska

Date: 23 June 2020
Time: 00:00 - 00:00
Location: Online
Training & Events

Benita Matafska talks through her ideas and thoughts about the concept of a sharing economy and how this can be applied to the current world.

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About this Event

Benita Matafska talks through her ideas and thoughts about the idea of a sharing economy and how this can be applied in the extraordinary times we find ourselves in.

Benita Matofska is a world-leading speaker and change-maker renowned for her ability to captivate audiences worldwide with her knowledge, dynamism and passion for change-making, sustainability and the Sharing Economy. The Sharing Economy is a 21st Century phenomenon that is causing the most significant shift in society since the Industrial Revolution and is the biggest business trend of all time. An award-winning social entrepreneur, she is the founder of global charity The People Who Share and Global Sharing Week, reaching over 100 million people worldwide.

Driven by a passion to create global change and transform business into a force for good, Benita delivers her unique insights to people and companies seeking to future-proof their businesses and organisations, changing lives in the process.

Benita is a seasoned public speaker and has spoken to audiences worldwide including: European Parliament, IKEA, AMEX, VF Corp, M&S, Virgin, UBS, Mandiri Bank, Rabobank, LSE, RSA, RCA, FT, UNESCO, Nesta, the House of Commons, the House of Lords and 10 Downing Street.

Benita’s incredible 30-year career has also seen her receive multiple awards including Ogunte Best Social Business Leader UK and World, Venus Inspirational Woman of the Year and the Cabinet Office/Nesta Innovation in Giving Award. She is an RSA fellow, a social commentator, blogger and is featured regularly in the international media.

This event is a closed mic and video online webinar, which means no one will be able to see or hear you but you will be able to see and hear the speakers. We hope to include a question and answer section, if time allows. We ask that only organisations operating in Cambridgeshire or Peterborough register.

As numbers are limited , we ask no more than two delegates from each organisation attend this event.

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