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Tuesday, November 11 • 8:40am - 9:10am
The Business of Altruism
Vivienne Harr, a 10-year-old entrepreneur, wants to help end child slavery. Twitter co-founder Biz Stone wants to make supporting social causes easier through the power of technology. Hear about the unlikely partnership that launched a new mobile platform designed to spur social change.

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Eric Harr

CEO, Stand
Eric Harr is the CEO of Stand, reporting to a 10-year-old boss. Stand was inspired by his then 8-year-old daughter Vivienne, who “made a stand” against child slavery for 365 days in a row at her lemonade stand. The moment became a moment, featured on CBS News, ABC News, NBC News... Read More →
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Vivienne Harr

Founder, Stand
With the power of social media, ten-year-old Vivienne Harr launched one lemonade stand into a global movement to combat child slavery. “Stand,” a socially innovative lemonade company, is a leading example of a new wave of hybrid “benefit” corporations dedicated to making charity... Read More →
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Biz Stone

Cofounder, CEO, Jelly Inc.
Biz Stone is an American entrepreneur and cofounder of Twitter. Today, Stone is cofounder and CEO of the startup Jelly. A progenitor of social media, Stone has been developing large-scale systems that facilitate the open exchange of information for more than 15 years. Having started... Read More →

Tuesday November 11, 2014 8:40am - 9:10am PST
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