This is the final post in a five-part series on missioneurs, a new community of startup and social entrepreneurs.
The premise is that startup entrepreneurs and social entrepreneurs need each other. Alone, too many of their great ideas are struggling and failing. Together, they can fill in each other’s blind spots, build stronger companies and make greater change.
In this series, I’ve been talking a lot about bringing startup and social entrepreneurs together. Now it’s time to do it.
We’ve talked about how our startups and non-profits are dying needless deaths. Our startups are masters of execution. Our non-profits are masters of mission. Each is focusing on one at the expense of the other.
Alone they are struggling. Together, they can become unstoppable mission-driven entrepreneurs (or missioneurs for short).
They run their companies like causes and their causes like companies. They know exactly why they exist, and they execute like hell.
They each have almost everything they need to change the world. Everything except each other.
That’s why we so desperately need to bring them together.
Introducing the first-ever Mission Mob: A happy hour with damn good intentions
For the first-time ever, we’re doing just that. We’re bringing startup and social entrepreneurs together for a mission-driven happy hour that we’re calling a Mission Mob.
The idea behind a Mission Mob is to get startup leaders and social entrepreneurs in one room, loosen them up with a few drinks and get them collaborating on their missions — both how to articulate them and how to execute them.
It’s going to be high energy. It’s also going to be one of the few events where you are guaranteed to meet lots of new people.
It’s free but you need a ticket. You can reserve one right now.
The Mission Mob: A happy hour with damn good intentions
March 16, 2010 – 6:30 pm
@ Ladder 15 (1528 Sansom Street)
More articles in The Missioneur Series:
- Part #1: Our startups and non-profits don’t have to die
- Part #2: The one-eyed startup entrepreneur
- Part #3: The one-eyed social entrepreneur
- Part #4: Missioneurs are entrepreneurs with both eyes open
- Part #5 (you are here): Building the missioneurs community, together