Financial Inclusion Forum Events

We aim to host around ten events each year covering a variety of different topics within the financial inclusion domain. For accessibility the majority of our events are hosted in central London where we are often sponsored by large firms operating within the space.

Make Social Impact with your career

Free Events
15 Feb 2018 18:30
Are you making a Social Impact with your career? Why does it matter? As you may know, we have been focusing on Financial Inclusion in our courses since 2007 as a way to make a difference with your career. We’re now integrating those lessons with our international experience and career development work into a new course, March-April 2018, to empower professionals to make a Social Impact with their career.
Come along and bring a friend to one of our free introductory events, in central London
· Thursday 15th Feb, 6.30 – 8.30 pm at Reed Smith
· Wednesday 28th Feb, 6.30 – 8.30 pm at Allen and Overy
You’ll increase your insight into Social Impact, interactively look at barriers to making a Social Impact and how to overcome them, explore how to sustain a fulfilling career, make the most of your own talent and purpose, plus finding out about our eight-weeks’ course, ‘How to make a social impact with your career’, March-April 2018. The course we are introducing builds on our previous popular courses in Microfinance, but with an increased focus on making a measurable social impact with your skills in your career.

You can register for either FREE event here
20-22 Feb [date and venue for this event to be confirmed]

The eight-weeks’ course is for mid-career professionals, along with a limited percentage of students, so feel free to invite upper level undergraduates or graduate students. Please ensure all guests register, as it’s essential for security reasons. If you have to cancel for any reason after registering, please return to Eventbrite to cancel.

All Dates

  • 28 Feb 2018 00:00
  • 15 Feb 2018 18:30


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