We are thrilled to invite you to a remarkable event featuring a public lecture by Professor Muhammad Yunus, Nobel Peace Prize Laureate and renowned as the "father of social business." The lecture will take place on Friday, May 26th, from 2:45 to 4 p.m. at the esteemed Alte Gericht Wiesbaden.
Join us as we dive into the transformative power of social business, a groundbreaking modell of businesses that prioritize the greater good takes over profits. Our journey at Heimathafen began with the visionary idea of social business: the co-founder of Heimathafen, Dominik Hofmann, wrote his thesis on Yunus' idea of social business, exploring how businesses can solve societal challenges. During the event, Dominik will share the story of how Professor Yunus inspired and influenced the entire vision behind Heimathafen and, specifically, the Alte Gericht.
Please mark your calendars and save the date for this exceptional occasion. The lecture promises to be an enlightening and inspiring experience for all attendees. As seating is limited, please confirm your attendance by signing up for a free ticket. We anticipate high demand for this event, so we encourage you to respond promptly.
We look forward to welcoming you and celebrate the journey from writing a 100-page academic paper to unveiling a 2,500-square-meter community hub nestled in the heart of Wiesbaden.
Intro: Hans Reitz (Grameen Creative Lab) and Dominik Hofmann (Heimathafen/Altes Gericht)
Music: Roland Vanecek (Hessisches Staatsorchester Wiesbaden)
Poetry: Sabrina Hofmann (Poet/Artist)
The Public Lecture is a free, public event that enables knowledge exchange and networking. For this purpose, photos and videos are taken. By voluntarily participating, active consent is given.
Die Public Lecture ist ein kostenfreies, öffentliches Event, durch das Wissensaustausch und Vernetzung möglich werden. Zu diesem Zweck werden Fotos und Bewegtbilder aufgenommen und z.T. live verbreitet: Durch die freiwillige Teilnahme wird die aktive Zustimmung erklärt.