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Facilitating local & global partnerships for impact

Nov 25th
16:00 - 17:30
Get expert insights on facilitating global and local partnerships for impact

About this event

How can brands, organisations, and governments create partnerships to achieve Agenda 2030? How do you manage collaborations for social innovation? What is the best way to scale-up partnerships on a global level?

Facilitation becomes more challenging when multiple actors, partners and stakeholders are involved. The Changemakers will guide us through the varying complexities of managing collaborations from a global to local level.

We have invited experts to share their learnings, insights and best tips on how to facilitate partnerships for social impact.


Speakers include:

Marina Sarli, EU Cluster Coordinator at Impact Hub Company

Active in consultancy, advocacy and governance level into the European Development Cooperation Sector. Marina is also the Account Manager of the Social Challenges Innovation Platform EU project.

Paula Gutierrez, Co-founder and CEO of Impact Hub Bogotá and Cluster Co-host of the Impact Hub LATAM Region

With 10 years of experience as facilitator and consultant for collaborative processes in various countries of Latin America and Africa. As Cluster Co-Host, she has developed and implemented the strategy to enhance collaboration and new programme design among 18 Impact Hubs in the LATAM Region. She focuses on youth, women empowerment, rural development, circular economy and social businesses.

Joab Jimenez, Creative Project manager, Member of the Red de Impacto LATAM and promoter of creative industries in Mexico through Kickstarter and Impact Hub Mexico City

Mentor for entrepreneurial programs and community development for impact projects. Has lead projects including Climathon (Climate-KIC), YLAI (Young Leaders of the Americas Initiative) and EMERGENTE of Citibanamex (second-largest bank in Mexico) among others.


This conversation is part of the Inspire & Connect series, powered by the Urban Challenges project, a partnership between Impact Hub Stockholm with Swedish Institute. More about the initiative here


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