Based in Seville, Spain, 'Movimiento Idun' is a social enterprise that supports initiatives in Spain and other Spanish-speaking countries. Its main portal is the "Emprendedor Social" website, which is run by Ginés Haro. The website, and accompanying Twitter and Facebook accounts, offers various regionally based information, resources and other advice on how to strategize social entrepreneurship projects and ideas.
Haro has worked doing content and community work for The Guardian's Social Enterprise Network, which now has over 20,000 registered users. He also coordinates and participates in free web conferences, the last of which focused on environmental entrepreneurship and how to develop a business plan, focusing specifically on Spain and Latin America. Luis Morales, Humberto Salinas and Valentin-Gamazo Augustine were also part of the symposium which took place in the middle of January.
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