Think Social. Act Business.
Friday 28 March 2014 -
10:00 to 19:00

Following the success of the related conference we organised as part of our EUNIC Greece programme of events in Athens last December, it is our pleasure to invite you to a new social entrepreneurship event we're organising in Thessaloniki this time as part the local EUNIC Thessaloniki Greece cluster activities and in collaboration with the Metropolitan Developing Agency of Thessaloniki S.A.

We have invited a group of social entrepreneurs along with representatives from relevant social organisations working in Greece and internationally to share their views at a conference, whose aim is to raise awareness and inform young people and wider audiences of the opportunities and future prospects of the social enterprise sector in Greece and Europe.

The conference will conclude with a series of workshops aimed at contributing to the overall discussion on social entrepreneurship and to present examples of best practice and international experiences as a means of supporting social entrepreneurship activity in Thessaloniki.

Admission is free.

Recorded sessions

If you were unable to attend the conference in person, you can now watch video recordings of all the sessions.


When Friday 28 March 2014, 10.00–14.00
Where New Town Hall (Municipal Board Conference Room)
1 Vas. Georgiou Street
546 40 Thessaloniki


When Friday 28 March 2014, 15.00–19.00
Where New Town Hall (Municipal Board Conference Room)
1 Vas. Georgiou Street
546 40 Thessaloniki


For further information, please contact Chrysoula Melidou:

Telephone 2310 378 314

The conference is being organised as part of the Thessaloniki European Youth Capital 2014 programme of events, in collaboration with the Goethe Institut Thessaloniki, the Italian Institute Thessaloniki and the Greek-Spanish Federico Garcia Lorca Cultural Centre of Thessaloniki in the framework of EUNIC Thessaloniki Greece activities. It is supported by the Municipality of Thessaloniki, the Innovation and Entrepreneurship Unit of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, the Anna Lindh Foundation, 180°, PARALLAXI magazine, the Made in Thessaloniki Festival and KEPA.