How to Build a Mass Movement Now

RSA Event

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RSA House, London

  • Communities
  • Community engagement

CEO of Purpose.com Jeremy Heimans shows how to harness the collective power of citizens and consumers to solve the world’s biggest problems

 

RSA Keynote

Activist and entrepreneur Jeremy Heimans has been involved in the founding of influential digital participation movements and GetUp.org, and is now the CEO of Purpose.com. Purpose deploys the collective power of millions of citizens and consumers to help solve some of the world’s biggest problems, including efforts to fight cancer, eliminate nuclear weapons and change our food culture.

Jeremy Heimans visits the RSA to share his innovative model of “movement entrepreneurship”, and to show how individuals can work more effectively with organisations and progressive companies to help mobilise large-scale, purposeful action.

Speaker: Jeremy Heimans, co-founder and CEO, Purpose.com

Respondent: David Miliband, MP for South Shields and founder, Movement for Change
Chair: Simon Willis, co-founder and MD, Purpose Europe

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