42. Jill Kickul (USC), Sophie Bacq (Indiana), USC Social Entrepreneurship Conf (LA Road Trip!)
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EPISODE 42: Jill Kickul (USC) and Sophie Bacq (Indiana), Organizers of the USC Social Entrepreneurship Conference (LA Road Trip!)
On this installment of Creative Distillation, we continue our Hi Def Brewing recording session. This time, Brad and Jeff speak with Jill Kickul, Professor in the Lloyd Greiff Center for Entrepreneurial Studies at USC, and Sophie Bacq, Associate Professor of Social Entrepreneurship at Indiana University’s Kelley School of Business. They're the co-presenters of the 19th annual USC Social Entrepreneurship Conference (our reason for visiting Los Angeles), and share with us the origins of the social entrepreneurship conference. They also discuss the inevitable (and fruitful) partnerships and relationships that are formed there, the powerful things come from bringing together academics and practitioners, the evolving “DNA” of business/entrepreneurship students, and the critical importance and eternal challenge of measuring impact.
Enjoy and cheers!
Learn more about Hi Def Brewing and order merch at: https://hidefbrewing.com
Learn more about Jill Kickul on her faculty page at https://marshall.usc.edu.
You’ll find more about Sophie Bacq on her faculty page at https://kelley.iu.edu.
Learn more about CU's Deming Center for Entrepreneurship: https://deming.colorado.edu
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Thanks for listening.
An Analog Digital Arts Production for the Deming Center for Entrepreneurship
Produced, recorded and edited by Joel Davis
"Whiskey Before Breakfast" [Traditional] performed by Jeffrey York and Brad Werner. Recorded, mixed and mastered by George Figgs.