Creating social impact that is good for business

| Convening | Amsterdam
Creating social impact that is good for business
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Want to know more about how to create social impact that is also good for business?

Want to know more about how to create social impact that is also good for businesss?

Alongside our French member Admical, we would like to personally invite you to explore and discover the themes of Venture Philanthropy & Social Investment. Come and debate with us on:

  • Why & how Social Investment can be a tool for Corporate to go beyond ‘Mécénat d’entreprise’ and look for greater impact?
  • What are the benefits & the challenges of those practices?

The objective of this session is to inspire more corporates to take up their Social Investment strategies as well as to address the best practices and the barriers to propel this promising and growing space forward.

This session, which will be held in English, takes place in the context of EVPA Corporate Initiative bringing together corporate, social incubators/accelerators and other socially-driven corporate entities in search of the most effective ways to maximise their societal impact through a joint learning across Europe.

This event is invite-only. It will gather a select group of key senior leaders to allow exchanges of experiences, networking opportunities and new collaborations.

Admical & EVPA would like to thank the Accenture Foundation for their warm welcome.


Sylvaine Parriaux

Sylvaine Parriaux

Corporate philanthropy creates a true symbiosis between economic stakeholders and the public interest.

Few activities connect both dimensions. Sylvaine Parriaux has been working every day for 6 years at Admical, humbly but passionately, for this magic unfolds and be ever more effective. Her previous experiences in communication agencies, gave her a taste of entrepreneurship that she develops fully today as Admical Deputy Managing Director.

Sophie Faujour

Sophie Faujour

Sophie leads Impact Europe's corporate impact market development in Europe, supporting Corporate and Financial institutions in shaping their social investment strategies, benchmarking their initiatives, facilitating peer learning, enabling the co-funding or co-creation of projects through strategic collaboration. 

She is part of the National Advisory Board for Impact Investing in France and various local networks. She sits on the Board of a few non-profit organisations like PhiTrust Incubator, Article 1 (Education), Simplon (Coding school) and is part of the Expert Committee of Sanofi Espoir Foundation.

Prior joining Impact Europe in 2016, she occupied several senior positions at BNP Paribas: in charge of the Wealth Management strategy for Philanthropy, Impact investing & Social Responsible Investment and as an Investment banker for more than 15 years structuring fund raising for strategic Corporate & Institutional clients in Europe, Brazil and Asia (Shanghai).

Jamy Goewie

Jamy Goewie

Jamy Goewie is partner at shærpa, the agency behind SI2 Fund and INZET. She has launched two initiatives promoting youth-entrepreneurship in Africa and Asia, one of which she turned into an international NGO.

In 2014 she launched Ashoka Netherlands which she managed for more than four years. From 2017 to 2020 Jamy was community and market development director of EVPA. She was awarded most talented newcomer in the NGO sector in 2006 and was invited to join the European Young Leaders in 2016. Jamy has held several NGO board positions and is special ambassador to the German Financing Agency for Social Enterpreneurship.