On 27 May, six social entrepreneurs will be named as winners. The prize includes a one-year incubation programme, a grant of up to €20,000, and a place in Live for Good's new offices.
The 12 finalists will also receive high visibility during the award ceremony, which will be broadcast live on 27 May during the ChangeNow Summit, one of the most important Social and Solidarity Economy (SSE) events of the year.
As every year, the Gabriel Prize jury consist of well-known figures from the social solidarity economy world. There will be 11 members this year.
Within this programme, the winners benefit from weekly coaching sessions and advice from the Live for Good follow-up team to help them tackle their growth issues. They also have access to a full-time workstation at the premises of live for Good, training led by experts on all key topics (business development, management, business models, etc.), and a network of entrepreneurs, partners, and companies.
Live for Good was co-founded by Jean-Philippe Courtois, executive vice-president and worldwide president of sales, marketing and operations at Microsoft, president of SKEMA Business School, and an alumnus from the class of 1983.
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