Disrupting the Start-Up Scene through Responsible Entrepreneurship
What does responsible entrepreneurship mean to you? Start by focusing on your personal values and beliefs! Learn how to consciously implement mindful, innovative, and purposeful characteristics to your business and/or personal brand at this online event.
Spend time with creative leader Lena Jüngst on Thursday, the 18th of March for a motivational session on how responsible entrepreneurship should be carried out from the beginning of your business journey. Lena will share her personal experience on developing her brand and how she combines innovation, sustainability, design, and conscious entrepreneurship. Lena is the Co-Founder & Chief Evangelist of the start-up air up from Munich. Lena, along with classmate and co-founder Tim Jäger, developed the world’s first drinking bottle system that flavors water by scent during her studies at the University of Applied Sciences for Design in Schwäbisch Gmünd. Her goal is to reduce the excessive consumption of sugar in the form of soft drinks and to save plastic and CO2.By turning down a high-class job as a product designer at Philips, she decided to instead focus entirely on developing her own idea. By not ruling anything out from the start and allowing freedom of thought, she’s turned her personal beliefs into her own dream job.
At this event, you’ll learn…
- How Lena started a business that shares her same values and beliefs
- Why conscious entrepreneurship and responsible design is transforming the start-up industry
- A way to implement being socially responsible
WHEN: Thurs, March 18th at 8 pm
WHERE: Zoom – more info and video link will be shared with those who are registered.
Registration closes by March the 17th – better save your spot today!
We are very much looking forward to meeting you.
Lena and the SheSays Munich Team
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