Throughout the pandemic, we’ve seen ingenuity and the human strength to not only survive, but also help others along the way.
In the final episode of our special series SSIR, we’ll be diving into the story of a social entrepreneur who leveraged purpose through a crisis. We are joined by SSIR co-authors Gregory Unruh and Fernanda Arreola to talk about the social enterprise Pixza — which not only served outstanding pizza with locally grown ingredients, but served as a social inclusion vehicle for homeless adults in Mexico City.
On the show, we’ll be talking about leveraging your purpose to survive a crisis and what other social enterprises can learn from the Pixza model.
Read the article co-written by Gregory and Fernanda titled “Preserving Social Purpose Amid a Global Pandemic” here.
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This series is a partnership between Spring Impact and SSIR and produced by Hueman Group Media.
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