Impact Day - online
Is disruptive change the way forward?

Monday 19 April 2021, 16:00-18:00 CET

Mini Impact Day - Online


Monday 19 April, 2021 from 16:00 to 18:00 CET

We will be discussing regenerative solutions for our planet. How can we simultaneously create economic social and environmental value while addressing systemic problems? Who are the changemakers, the ugly ducklings that have the potential to scale and become self-sustaining over time? From ugly duckling to green swan?


John Elkington

John Elkington, world authority on corporate responsibility and sustainable capitalism, a bestselling author and serial entrepreneur.

Currently, he is a Founding Partner of, and Chief Pollinator at, Volans. He has proven to be an experienced advisor to business and a highly regarded keynote speaker. His latest book is Green Swans on the coming boom in regenerative capitalism. In 2008, The Evening Standard named him among the ‘1000 Most Influential People’ in London, describing him as ‘a true green business guru’.

Frans van Houten - CEO

Royal Philips

Passionate about innovation, entrepreneurship and business transformation to drive competitiveness and customer value. Frans is currently co-chair of the WEF Platform to Accelerate the Circular Economy. In 2017 Fortune Magazine named him one the world’s top 20 business leaders stating ‘We lean toward CEOs with vision — those impacting the world beyond their companies. The 20star executives are doing nothing less than defining the future of business.’

Laurie Spengler - CEO

Courageous Capital Advisors, LLC

Laurie is an impact investment banker, board member and active contributor to the impact investing industry. Among her current board engagements, she serves as a non-executive director of the CDC Group (the UK DFI), Lendable, the UK Impact Investing Institute and Bridges Insights.

More speakers to come!


Alexandra Korijn

Impact investor, consultant, and board member who is passionate about contributing to deep impact and building the new economy. 

Recently named as one of the 50 women leading the sustainability in finance movement in the Netherlands, Alexandra is building a movement in order to change all systems and address complex issues of climate change, economic inequalities and social injustice.