14-16 May 2019 | Liverpool

As part of Unravel Tomorrow, Erasmus + project, the international consortium including FH Münster (Germany), Regenerus (UK), Advancis (Portugal), Bespoke (Denmark), POLIMI (Italy) and SIC (Latvia) works to explore and create a more inclusive and innovative Tomorrow. The partners educate and connect social entrepreneurs and activists to become competent pioneers of change.

Last week, from the 14 to 16 of May 2019, the first Unravel Tomorrow Experiential Workshop took place in Liverpool and was hosted by Regenerus. All participants had the opportunity to visit various social ventures and gain inspiring insights into social entrepreneurship, social innovation and social activists. Also, several co-working spaces were visited including the organizations in the Baltic Triangle, the most popular and liveliest area in Liverpool for startups and social ventures.

The two Business Administration bachelor students Alina Nehls (also a student assistant in S2BMRC) and Charlotte Heithoff, and the International Marketing and Sales master student Alondra Medina (also a student assistant in S2BMRC) got invited to be part of the workshop. Münster School of Business was represented in the project by the project manager Balzhan Orazbayeva, researcher and lecturer at the Science-to-Business Marketing Research Centre.

In addition to visiting various social enterprises and community spaces as well as debating the concepts such as social innovation and activism, the participants also had a chance to network and exchange ideas with guests from different countries, including UK, Denmark, Sweden, Italy, Latvia and Portugal.

"Unravel Tomorrow will (...) prepare citizens to tackle future challenges by delivering a framework and learning resources to support educators training new social entrepreneurs."

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