Webinar Portuguese – Cities CAN B

By Tomás de Lara, Co-founder and co-lead at Ciudades+B / Cities CAN B
December 12th 2019 #MulheresBDialogos

About the topic

Ciudades +B/ Cities Can B is a global movement of cities working to be increasingly + (more) prosperous, + sustainable, + inclusive and + resilient, facing the global challenges embodied in the Sustainable Development Goals, but acting locally, responding to the most relevant issues of each city.

A movement that thrives through associative work. Articulating all the participating sectors of the city; citizens, companies, government, entrepreneurs, social innovators, academia and civil society, to promote together a cultural change that redefines the way we assume our responsibility and our impact on the cities we build and inhabit. + info

About Tomás de Lara

Co-founder and co-lead at Ciudades+B / Cities CAN B (global movement of cities and citizens committed to the SDG’s), co-founder and co-chair at Colaboramerica (International festival on new economies), board member of Sistema B Brasil (B Corps Movement), advisory board member of CEBDS (Brazilian Business Council For Sustainable Development), board member and chief sustainability officer at Agropecuária de Lara (Agribusiness), co-founder at Goma, (collaborative space and ecosystem of entrepreneurs), Initiator and co-leader of Rio+B (Network of companies using business as a force for good in Rio), co-founder of Rio de Janeiro and Porto Alegre’s Hubs of Global Shapers Community from the World Economic Forum. Specialist on collaborative and sustainable economies, invited teacher at Brazil’s leading social innovation schools. Researching through practice new forms of organisations that foster the shift of old competitive EGOcentric paradigms to ECOcentric and purpose driven businesses.

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Women entrepreneurs from Europe and Latin America participated in this webinar. This cycle of videoconferences is organized by the B Women movement. A global network of women entrepreneurs that advocate for inclusive, regenerative and triple bottom-line economies that trust in the power of  partnerships and collaborate to advance gender equality and climate change agendas, three of the 17 Sustainable Development Goals.

You can relive our B Women Online Dialogues (in Spanish, English and Portuguese) by entering our YouTube channel

Do not miss the next B Women Dialogues Online by consulting our agenda HERE

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