The Mont-Blanc Meetings

The Mont-Blanc Meetings

The Mont-Blanc Meetings is the International Forum of Social and Solidarity Economy Entrepreneurs. Since 2004, the Mont Blanc Meetings have been bringing together social and solidarity economy entrepreneurs from every continent to enhance the social economy’s international profile and recognition. The Meetings aim to demonstrate that there is another way of doing business, reconciling social, civic, environmental and economic efficiency.

The Mont Blanc Meetings are:

  1. An international network of leaders from the social and solidarity economy
  2. A sounding board for the social and solidarity economy
  3. A factory for ideas and debates
  4. A place for incubating projects
  5. Thematic international conferences.

The Meetings bring together leaders and decision-makers from:

  1. Every continent / sector
  2. Across the social and solidarity economy, i.e. cooperatives, mutuals, nonprofits organizations, foundations, community groups, etc.

The Meetings invite:

  1. Representatives from unions and workers organizations, and political movements
  2. Researchers and academics
  3. Officials from international organizations.

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