In the new episode of our ScreenMe podcast, we embark on an enlightening journey into the realm of social entrepreneurship. Join us as we explore this dynamic field with the guidance of Katri-Liis Lepik from Tallinn University, who shares her profound insights in an engaging conversation with our host Ulrike Rohn.

Social entrepreneurship isn’t just a passing trend; it’s a powerful global movement that’s reshaping the way businesses operate. Katri-Liis explains why it’s becoming increasingly essential for corporations to integrate social enterprises into their business models to thrive in the future.

Katri-Liis Lepik, PhD is Associate Professor at Tallinn University, Estonia. She is head of the global Master’s programme of Social Entrepreneurship and a mentor in the online Social Entrepreneurship Incubation Program. Katri-Liis is the Chair of the international COST network “Multi-disciplinary innovation for social change” covering 38 countries. Her research interests focus on social entrepreneurship, public sector and social innovation. She is a board member of an award-winning social enterprise dedicated to the employment of young ex-offenders by providing environmental maintenance services in the UK using Social Impact Bonds. Katri-Liis is an editor of the book “Social Innovation in Higher Education. Landscape, Practices and Opportunities” and an author of numerous reports related to social enterprises and social economy for the European and national institutions.

Don’t miss out on this enlightening episode! Tune in to uncover how social entrepreneurship is revolutionizing the business landscape and what it signifies for the future of corporations.