Event Details

University of the West Entrepreneurship - Four Noble Truths

When

April 11, 2024    
5:00 pm - 7:30 pm

Where

University of the West
1409 Walnut Grove Avenue Rosemead, CA 91770 United States, United States, 91770
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Timeless truths and the entrepreneurial endeavour. Roger Frank shares his journey with lessons drawn from Buddhism, finance, and life.

About this event

Entrepreneurship – Four Noble Truths

What can entrepreneurs learn from Buddhist wisdom and values? How can Buddhism productively inform the perspective of anyone starting a new venture? How does one integrate personal values and professional goals?

Roger Frank (AlgiSys, LLC and Innovare Advisors, LLC) provides insights into these questions in this engaging and personal talk.

About the speaker

Roger Frank works at the intersection of capital markets and social enterprise and is one of the pioneers in using capital markets funding for positive social change. He has spent his career in emerging & international markets and has worked extensively in agriculture, microfinance and technology. He won an inaugural, 2009 Fast Company Award for his innovative financial models and is an industry expert, consultant and frequent lecturer on impact investing. Frank founded Innovare Advisors, a boutique advisory firm with a focus on climate-smart agriculture, AgTech and AgFinTech. Previously, he was a partner at Developing World Markets (DWM) and part of the team that structured and placed the first, cross-border, commercial capital raise for microfinance.

Hosted by

University of the West and University of Delaware Horn Entrepreneurship as part of their joint series, “Buddhism & Entrepreneurship.”

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