Do you know an #UnusualPioneer? Nominate a corporate social intrapreneur for a scholarship for the Unusual Pioneers platform until Feb 28th.

Do you know an #UnusualPioneer? Nominate a corporate social intrapreneur for a scholarship!

February 15, 2021

Do you know an #UnusualPioneer?

Nominate a corporate social intrapreneur for a scholarship for the Unusual Pioneers platform until Feb 28th. The Unusual Pioneers is a joint initiative by Yunus Social Business, Porticus, and Schwab Foundation for Social Entrepreneurship, sister organisation of the World Economic Forum.


Who qualifies?

  • Exceptional corporate social intrapreneurs who have been working to solve a major social or environmental challenge with a business model.
  • The initiative must have a demonstrable impact on people and/or planet
  • Scholarships are granted to social intrapreneurs where impact is created in emerging economies


Nominate here until Feb 28th:

Who are the Unusual Pioneers?

The Unusual Pioneers is a joint platform from Yunus Social Business, Porticus, and Schwab Foundation for Social Entrepreneurship (sister organisation of the World Economic Forum) inspired by our ongoing research collaboration to dig deeper into ‘corporate social intrapreneurship’. The program builds on these findings and provides access and resources for social intrapreneurs to help them scale their solutions.

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