The blog post I wrote about Groupon’s evolution from a social enterprise made the rounds on Twitter and elsewhere for quite a few days. One reader was Groupon CEO Andrew Mason who forwarded the post to his social innovation lead Patty Huber. Another reader was NTEN’s executive director Holly Ross who has now put together a conference call for NTEN members in which I’ll interview Patty tomorrow at 2pm eastern.
NTEN conference calls get great attendance and have robust backchannel discussions. You can get all the details about the call here.
I hope you’ll join us as I ask Patty to discuss Groupon’s social enterprise roots, her hopes for their G-Team integration with The Point and her view of the social impact potential for Groupon over the long term.
[Sorry for the couple of days without posts. Teaching my kids to ski took precedence!]