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MasterCard Center for Inclusive Growth at Mashable’s Social Good Summit

What kind of world do we want to live in in 2030? Many will seek to answer this question at Mashable’s sixth annual Social Good Summit sponsored by MasterCard Center for Inclusive Growth. Join the Center to examine the impact of technology and new media on social good initiatives around the world.

  • On Sept. 27-28 the MasterCard Center for Inclusive Growth will be giving all attendees and organizations the opportunity to give an elevator pitch in a real elevator. They’ll be able to tell The Center what they’re doing in the name of social good, specifically to help end poverty.

While in the elevator, attendees will video record their idea in 60 seconds giving them a chance to build new connections that help the center’s goal of ending poverty. Each pitch will lead to a donation of up to $50,000 to DataKind to help end poverty.

priceless elevator pitch

The MasterCard® Priceless® Elevator Pitch, has been used by MasterCard as a competitive, entrepreneurial small business initiative. But at the Social Good Summit, The MasterCard Center for Inclusive Growth is repurposing the Elevator Pitch to connect people.

To read more about the elevator- read The Priceless Elevator: Connecting people to enable economic inclusion on Mashable.com.

  • On Monday, September 28 at 12:50PM EST, Walt Macnee, Vice Chairman of MasterCard and President of the MasterCard Center for Inclusive Growth, will discuss unlocking the value of data for social good in a panel entitled: Data: The Lifeforce of Decision Making.  Click here to see the full schedule.

Be sure to stay tuned here and at @CNTR4growth on Twitter for all the latest from the Social Good Summit. We invite you to connect with us at the Priceless elevator, and learn how we’re empowering people to end poverty. To learn more about the Center and its involvement in the Social Good Summit read Social Good Summit 2015: Connecting for a difference on Mashable.com, go to mastercardcenter.org, or contact us directly.