Part of the Can Do Festival – a three-week multi-faceted event across Scotland with the goal of accelerating sustainable growth and innovation – the intriguingly entitled ‘Zebras Not Unicorns: Stories from Scotland’s Social Entrepreneurs‘ is an informal workshop focused on identifying what motivates the social entrepreneur, how to make an impact and what the future holds for the socially-responsible business.

Hosted by Rachael Brown – Chief Executive of event-partners Cultural Enterprise Office – the evening will feature a panel with speakers Tim Mart from Know You More, Megan Ansdell and Trudi Lang of Wild and Kind Studio and Vox Liminis‘ Alison Urie.

With Alex Baker and Thomas Gillan of fellow event-partners Social Enterprise Scotland and Social Investment Scotland respectively opening and closing the workshop, an audience Q&A and ample time to network, it’s sure to be a productive and informative event.

‘Zebras Not Unicorns: Stories from Scotland’s Social Entrepreneurs’ is being held at St Lukes on Tuesday April 24 at 6:30pm. To register for free tickets visit here.

For more details on the Can Do Festival click here.