Early Ethical Enterprise Pitch Competition 2020 Finalists Announced


Finalists

Benevolence

Samuel Philipos

Benevolence

Charity-Bay

Haidar Al-Fallouji

charityBay

EcoFoodly

Jeffrey Lu

EcoFoodly

Small-Fires

Grace O’Hara

Small Fires

The Creative Co-Operative

Priyanka Ashraf

The Creative Co-Operative

This-Weeks-meal

Chrystal Singh

This Week’s Meals

The Early Ethical Enterprise Competition, 2020 is now open.

Calling out for passionate entrepreneurs working on businesses which are designed to make a difference

  • Do you have an idea that you’d focused on turning into a business?
  • Does your start-up business have the potential to improve the social, economic, and environmental conditions of a community?

If so, we want to hear from you. We want to hear from ethical businesses and start-ups, at the ideation stage or that have been operating for less than 24 months.

The Ethical Entrepreneur Pitch Competition will take place on the 28th of October 2020 as part of the Ethical Enterprise Conference. Finalists of the Early Pitch will pitch their ethical start-up or ethical enterprise idea to social entrepreneurial leaders who are influential in the community and who have the mentoring skills and resources to support entrepreneurs or enterprises to make a concept a reality.

The Winner of the pitch competition will be part of the Early Pitch Booster Program providing access to mentorship, professional services, and advice valued at $21,317.88. This year we are making the pitch event more exciting as we’ll invite the audience to participate for the people’s choice award where funds raised from sales of the early pitch ticket will go toward the winner of the people’s choice.


Judges

Dr Natalya Turkina

Dr Natalya Turkina

Vice Chancellor’s Postdoctoral Fellow at RMIT

Dr Natalya Turkina is a Vice Chancellor’s Postdoctoral Fellow at RMIT, Graduate School of Business and Law. Natalya has 10+ years of professional experience Read more…


Tom Dawkins

Tom Dawkins

CEO of StartSomeGood

Tom Dawkins is Co-Founder and CEO of StartSomeGood, a social enterprise which connects innovation with capital for social change. Read more…


Hanna Burrows

Hanna Burrows

Manager at Common Code

Hanna is a Manager at Common Code – both of product and people. As a Product Manager, Hanna’s style has been shaped by years of startup experience – in all stages of growth Read more…


Cameron Neil

Cameron Neil

Red Hat Impact

Cameron has spent two decades working for a more equitable and sustainable world. His career includes paid and volunteer roles across government, community and business sectors, specialising in building and Read more…


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