Social Venture Institute (SVI), the now legendary crafted conference, offers the mission-based entrepreneur an opportunity to share challenges with peers in an atmosphere of trust and goodwill. SVI participants run enterprises built around values and meaning. They face numerous challenges, as well as isolation, while growing enterprises that maintain a values mission. Each attendee brings a commitment of social change to their company, whether a for-profit business or a non-profit organization. Since 1996, SVI has provided over 1,500 entrepreneurs across North America the opportunity to strengthen their business skills, network with other social impact entrepreneurs, and rejuvenate their passion and vision.
The opportunity to attend Social Venture Institute begins with an approval process. We want to make sure this gathering is a good fit for you and the work you do in the social venture space. That’s why we ask a few questions, up front. We’re looking forward to hearing from you and reading your responses, below. We ask all first-time applicants to complete the form.
For returning Hollyhock alumni, you’ll notice we’ve made some changes to the registration process. After submitting this form, our producer team will send you all of the registration details. We’ll also ask you for your headshot, bio, credit card details and room preference at that time. We do this all at once as to limit the number of emails you receive from us. If you have any questions, drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org
Event Dates: September 10 – 14, 2014. Plan to arrive by about 5:00pm on Wednesday, September 10 and to depart after lunch which is served at 1:00 pm on Sunday, September 14.
The cost of tuition is $650 CDN (plus taxes and fees.) The cost of meals and accommodation is separate. Financial support is also available in the form or scholarships.
From now until July 16th, Hollyhock is generously offering a 15% discount on your meals and accommodation for all attendees staying on site (with the exception of tent sites.)
Submit a Case Study
Case Studies are the core of the Social Venture Institute learning model and this is your opportunity to apply to present one.
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