Country Director at NESsT Poland

Filip leads investment strategy for a portfolio of high impact social enterprises in Poland and Romania as Country Director at NESst Poland from 2019. He oversees the due diligence process, developing investment packages and supporting the investees to scale up their social businesses.

Previously worked at TISE in Poland as a Senior Loan analyst in the department of social enterprises. Filip is also a member of the evaluation committee decisive for grants award at Foundation for Social and Economic Initiatives (FISE) in Warsaw and an economic expert at the Social Enterprise of the Year Competition of the name of Jacek Kuroń.

Filip has a master degree in political sciences from Jagiellonian University in Krakow and completed post graduates studies on cooperative banking and social economy in Brescia, Italy.

 

NESsT:

NESsT invests in social enterprises that create quality jobs for underserved communities while sustaining the planet.  NESsT raises philanthropic and impact investing capital to support the poorest communities facing isolation, discrimination, and lack of jobs skills or education. Since its launch, the organization has trained over 17,000 entrepreneurs, supported over 1200 social enterprises and invested in close to 200 that have created over 70,000 quality jobs benefitting 700,000 underserved individuals in emerging market countries.  Learn more at: www.nesst.org.

  • Day 2 – Thursday 10 June
  • 11.00 – 11.50

Mobilising corporate resources to contribute to the development of social organisations and the business activities of companies

Employee engagement is a great concept to address the capacity building and gaps in the business development of social enterprises and social organisations. It also provides business value for the companies. The speakers of this session will share the framework for employee engagement activities, and examples from companies that have introduced different initiatives to mobilise their corporate resources for the development of social enterprises or NGOs. Watch the session recording