Zoran Puljic is the 2010 Schwab (World Economic Forum) Social Entrepreneur and the founding director of Mozaik Foundation - the leading social enterprise in Central and Eastern Europe and the leading Impact Investor in the Western Balkans.
Zoran is an expert on Impact Ecosystems (physical and digital) &Fourth Industrial Revolution and serves on over 20 start-up Boards of Directors.
He holds an MA certificate of London Metropolitan University and an eMBA degree of Cotrugli Business School Zagreb. In addition, he successfully completed the Harvard Business School Program (Strategic Perspectives in Non-Profit Management) and the Harvard Kennedy Program (The Arts and Science of System Change). He was a Duke, BoardSource, and INSEAD Fellow in public policy, governance and social entrepreneurship.
Zoran is fluent in English, German and Spanish.
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- Entrepreneurship; Education and Skills; Social Innovation
- Bosnia and Herzegovina
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- Eurasia, Montenegro, Serbia, Croatia
Mozaik Foundation is a leading social enterprise in Central and Eastern Europe. Mozaik is focusing on building an end-to-end ecosystem to support the large-scale development of new social businesses in the region. It operates an award-winning youth empowerment programme, an in-house social business incubator, and a small early-stage investment fund.
By combining these, Mozaik is empowering young women and men to become future social entrepreneurs. In order to reach all youth in the country, its operations combine virtual and in-person opportunities. Socially responsible businesses provide pro-bono advice and mentorship, and build free-of-charge business acumen for start-ups in local languages. By 2026, Mozaik will help start 500 new social businesses. The most impactful social entrepreneurs will be promoted locally in order to create new role models for youth in the region.
- Education and Skills
- Social Innovation
- Gender Parity
Essma Ben Hamida
- Sustainable Development
- Youth Perspectives