A people-centred approach for the economy.

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SPC & the Economy of Communion present.

Lawrence Chong
CEO and Co-Founder of Consulus

Wednesday 23 August 7:30-9pm
Kathleen Syme Library & Community Centre
251 Faraday Street Carlton, Multipurpose Room 1 Ground Floor

Supper and informal conversation will follow.

Booking essential Lorraine Lispon llipson7@gmail.com | 0419 687 593

Enquiries Lorraine Lipson (as above), or Bruce Duncan admin@socialpolicyconnections.com.au | 0419 897 971
Download the EoC flyer, and the SPC flyer.

The Economy of Communion (EoC) was formed 25 years ago on the inspiration of Chiara Lubich, founder of the Focolare Movement, and now has some 800 businesses using this model, sharing profits with those in poverty, community groups, and social inclusion projects. The Economy of Communion network involves business entrepreneurs, workers, students, and researchers, and is attracting growing interest in academic circles.

Popes Benedict XVI and Francis have both encouraged the Economy of Communion as a means to link businesses with social needs, especially by encouraging a culture of sharing and giving to advance community development and the common good. See www.edc-online.org.

Lawrence is a featured speaker at global events such as the World Marketing Summit and World Brand Congress. Since 2003, he has spoken to more than 8,000 people in over 30 countries on how companies can innovate through unity, and shape the world. Consulus is an innovation and design consultancy, operating in nine countries, headquartered in Singapore

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