YSE 2018 Mumbai Workshop

The Young Social Entrepreneurs (YSE) 2018 Mumbai Workshop was held from 26 to 29 September 2018 as part of a series of workshops organised by the SIF to reach out to more young social entrepreneurs around the world. Into its second edition, the 2018 workshop brought together 39 young Indian changemakers from 20 social enterprises to connect and learn from 28 speakers and mentors from diverse sectors in the India and Singapore social entrepreneurship ecosystem.

Marking new friendships, participants from the YSE 2018 Mumbai Workshop pose for a commemorative photo with participants from the SIF Volunteer Cooperation Management Skills for the Social Sector Workshop.

This photo also marks the first time the SIF Good Business (GB) and Volunteer Cooperation (VC) teams came together to run concurrent workshops at one venue, enabling young changemakers from the YSE programme to network and connect with a wider ecosystem of social sector leaders and trainers.
Singapore International Volunteer Chen Jinwen (in orange), Assistant Manager, Research and Programmes, Lien Centre for Social Innovation discussing the Theory of Change in a case study with YSE participants.
Singapore International Volunteer Angie Davy (right), Senior Consultant, eAvantage Consulting Group Pte Ltd kickstarted her session on Leadership and Managing Teams with Dialogue Cards, challenging YSEs to learn more about one another beyond the work they do.
(Far left, in white) YSE Alumni Yogesh Kumar, Founder and CEO, Even Cargo shared insights and anecdotes from his journey to establish one of the India’s first women-only e-commerce logistics company, during a World Café style sharing with six other social entrepreneurs.
Koh Seng Choon (left), Founder and Executive Director of Dignity Kitchen Singapore, spent time exploring the potential and opportunities of several social enterprises during the Business Clinic Mentorship.

During the session, the YSE participants were matched with 14 Singaporean and Indian mentors from the finance, social entrepreneurship and media sectors who shared their skills and knowledge to help bring their social enterprise to the next level of development.
YSE participants (in green) and participants from the SIF Volunteer Cooperation Management Skills for the Social Sector Workshop came together for a round of introductions, setting the ground for vibrant discussions between budding social entrepreneurs and established social sector players.
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