Circle of Intrapreneurs: The Rise of Corporate innovation & KPMG’s Black Entrepreneur Awards
The rise of corporate social innovation
– What social innovation is
– Where social intrapreneurship fits in
– Why this is going to be super important after COVID-19
– And how this will change the world for the better
Case Study : KPMG’s Black Entrepreneur Awards
KPMG’s first Black Entrepreneurs Award in 2018, providing opportunities for black entrepreneurs to grow their business through KPMG’s financial support, resources and expertise.
Olu is a customer & digital consultant at KPMG; facilitating digital innovations for companies. Olu is also an Intrapreneur; co-leading the launch of KPMG’s Reverse Mentoring programme. He also created KPMG’s first Black Entrepreneurs Award in 2018, providing opportunities for black entrepreneurs to grow their business through KPMG’s financial support, resources and expertise.
Selected by the UN as one of the top global leaders on the topic of sustainable innovation Tim is passionate about helping established companies develop and nurture ‘in-house’ entrepreneurs so that they can innovate more like a start-up and respond to disruption, and impact society, more effectively.
Tim is an experienced intrapreneur, and social intrapreneur, in his own right, who now finds himself as a globally recognised speaker, lecturer, author, and theorist on the topic of intrapreneurship; using his own experiences to help others and now leads Intrapreneurship @ Barclays Ventures.
Because of this passion for social intrapreneurship Tim co-founded the Circle of Intrapreneurs; which grew from a LinkedIn group to a global movement with over 5000 members within 3 years.
Tim is also honoured to have been selected as a One Young World Ambassador on 4 occasions; the world’s leading forum for young leaders and is currently studying for a masters in social innovation @ Cambridge University. Tim is a guest lecturer on both the Cambridge and CASS MBA courses