#10 IST-Portugal, Training-Teachers, 26-28 Feb 2018

Meeting Objective

3rd Module for Teachers- From an Idea to a Project: Principles for Developing a Social Enterprise 


Day 1 - 26/02/2018 – Monday

Venue: Cascais - IES/Social Business School

08:30-09:00   Registration
09:00-10:45   Opening Session

  • Analysis of the Social Environment & Problems as Challenges

10:45-11:10   Coffee Break / Networking Moment
11:10-13:00   Market analysis including strategy and marketing tools:

  • Pitch (1) – Project: Soap for refugees
  • Workshop (1) on Social Projects

13:00-15:00   Lunch at o BATEL Break + Cascais Walking Tour (1h) - (paid from institutional per diems)
15:30-16:45   Tecnical Visits: Social Entrepreneurship
Benfica/Lisboa - Companheiro Association
17:00-19:00   Tecnical Visits: Social Entrepreneurship
Impact Hub

Day 2 - 27/02/2018 – Tuesday

Venue: Cascais - IES/Social Business School

08:30-09:00   Registration
09:00-10:45   Opening Session

  • Introduction to the evaluation of social programs & Social values and ways of measurement

10:45-11:10   Coffee Break / Networking Moment
11:10-13:00   Developing connections with governmental, business and third sector organizations

  • Pitch (2)
  • Renato Braz - Innoenergy Business Creation
  • RevSol Project – Changing Rural Life Forever
  • Workshop (2) on Social Projects – Dr Miguel Amaral (IST, Portugal)

13:00-15:00   Lunch at DNA (paid from institutional per diems)
15:30-19:00   Tecnical Visits: Social Entrepreneurship

  • Barreiro – RUMO
  • Barreiro - ADAO - Associação Desenvolvimento Artes e Ofícios
  • Barreiro - Nós
Day 3 - 28/02/2018 – Wednesday

Venue: Cascais - Museu Paula Rego

08:30-09:00   Registration
09:00-09:40   Opening Session

  • SILICE International Open Conference - Cascais Youth European Capital 2018

09:40-11:00   Best practices Social Entrepreneurship in Europe

  • Pitch 5-10 min each partner EU + Round Table 40 min
  • Towards Shared Prosperity and a Converging Society, Afonso Fontoura, IES, Portugal
  • Promoting Social Innovation at Técnico Lisboa, Ana Carvalho, IST, Portugal
  • Community-based Social Innovation, Svea Heineman, TUB Berlin, Germany
  • From measuring social impact to drafting recommendations for improvement of social innovation ecosystem, Iva Biondic, Gordana Coric, Vern Zagreb, Croatia
  • Engaging students in the social innovation and entrepreneurship ecosystem through curriculum and non-curriculum based education activities", Sarah Cooper, University of Edinburgh, Scotland
    “Soul Cooking”: From Project to Business, Inês Boavida, Cozinha com Alma, Portugal

11:00-11:30   Networking Break (Café)
11:30-12:50   Best practices Social Entrepreneurship in India & Israel:

  • Pitch 5-10 min each partner Non-EU & Industry Liasion + Round Table 40 min
  • Scaling up Social Innovations, Dr Mrutyunjay Suar , KIIT University, India
  • Workers in the Centre”, Dr Ronen Drori, Interdisciplinary Centre (IDC), Israel
  • Techno-Socio Economic Development model for Local Farmers, Gajendra Asutkar, LTJSS-PIET, India
  • Cooking Dreams in Galilee, Mrs Roni Hainebach, Tel-Hai College, Israel
  • Liaison for Start-ups Israel, Andre Marquet, Productized
  • Liaison for Business Portugal-India, PIBHub - Portugal India Business Hub

12:50-13:00   Closing Session

Catarina Marques Vieira, Cascais-European Capital of Youth 2018
Pedro Loureiro, Director, DNA Cascais
Rui Mendes, Director of International Affairs, IST

13:00-15:00   Lunch at o BATEL Break + Cascais Walking Tour (1h) - (paid from institutional per diems)

Venue - IES/Social Business School

15:00-16:00   Financial Analysis Fund Raising Methods
16:00-17:00   Stakeholder Communications
17:00   End of the Training-Teachers




Travel & Meeting Venue

Superior Tecnico of technical Universidade, Lisbon, Portogal