These are incredible movements that I’ve worked with, or which have influenced my thinking as a social entrepreneur.
Post Growth Entrepreneurship (PGE) reframes business as a form of activism, art, spirituality, and creative expression. This business model embraces flat growth curves and rejects the need for investors, scaling, and exits. PGE questions entrepreneurial “common wisdom” and re-envisions business as a vehicle for pure positive impact. Offers events, research, education and community to (aspiring) post-growth entrepreneurs.Visit
Slow Entrepreneur Movement
When one of the hottest entrepreneurial magazines is called Fast Company, you know that these folks have a distinctly different take. Slow Entrepreneurship is rooted in the belief that, as the founder of your company, your well-being is your greatest priority.Visit
Slow Factory Foundation
Slow Factory is a 501c3 public service organization operating as an open education institute, independent research lab and new media platform, and a granting and empowerment fund. Primarily but far from exclusively fashion-based, their initiatives and programs focus on circular design, material innovation and addressing social inequity.Visit