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Easy V: Soft skills development through social and solidarity economy

Easy V assists HR and sustainability managers in enhancing the soft skills of their employees involved in social and solidarity economy (SSE) structures, for achieving sustainable development objectives.

Unique value proposition

Easy V offers through soft skills and competencies workshops a visible R.O.I. for employees involved in volunteering programs. Easy V developed a methodology to identify specific cross-functional skills and works with human resource managers to valorize these skills. Employees not only contribute to making a social and sustainable impact but also develop skills that are transferable to their professional and personal lives.

Easy V-Company profile-SKEMA Ventures

Origin of the project

While studying as an exchange student at SKEMA’s Raleigh campus in the US, I had various opportunities to enthusiastically volunteer. However, back in France, I realized that it was not easy to register. Eventually, I transformed this necessity into a MeetUp group and it evolved as a B2B service.

Demand

  • Networking: HR, sustainability, and social innovation managers
  • Focus group: Professionals from all background

Contact details

Website: www.easyv.fr
Email: contact@easyv.fr
Twitter: @easyvolunteer
Facebook: @EasyV.page

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SKEMA Ventures is a business unit created by SKEMA Business School dedicated to entrepreneurship and innovation. Through a unique value chain, that encompasses teaching, coaching, incubation, and acceleration, SKEMA Ventures allows each SKEMA student and alumni to think, design, test and launch an entrepreneurial project in a global context, on six innovative territories on four continents, benefiting from the best of each local ecosystem. With SKEMA Ventures, GloCal entrepreneurship is born!
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