As part of our commitment to celebrating and furthering social innovation, We⁴ will be providing an exhibition space for social impact projects and enterprises. See below for the complete list of exhibitors.

When: 18 May 2018 (12:30-4:00 pm)
Where: SMU School of Law

Bamboo Builders mobilizes passionate undergraduates from Southeast Asia through a self-development programme to empower high school students in rural Southeast Asia to become confident young local leaders to initiate social change in their community.

Earth Heir is a premier heritage craftsmanship and conscious lifestyle brand. Earth Heir presents consumers with thoughtfully designed, contemporary heritage pieces and customised gifts which empower artisans from marginalized communities, refugees and the differently abled. We work with disappearing heritage art forms, advocate fair trade principles, sustainability and ethical partnerships.

Foreword Coffee empowers differently-abled persons through skills and service training, providing opportunities for employment in the food services industry. We curate coffee from Asia, importing them directly from producers and roasting them in small batches for our coffee kiosk(s).

Skin-deep, by J. Yap, is a celebration of every cancer patient and survivor’s story, strength and resilience. Through fashion designed with these women’s needs in mind, Skin-deep aims to dismiss the negative stereotypes people may have of cancer survivors and lessen the stigma associated with the illness to encourage open, honest conversations about the illness worldwide.

The LOOMs Workshops is a social enterprise specialising in bespoke artisanal products. Each design carries our mark of textile art and playful repurposing of materials. The result is uniquely beautiful and purposeful products made with a commitment to producing good and being good.

Marché Éthique is an online fashion marketplace for conscious shopper. All the brands and products are carefully chosen to provide our customers a high-quality vegan shopping experience.

Mother and Child Project (MnCP) is a Social Enterprise which provides retail training and home-based sewing work to underprivileged women, single mothers, and women recovering from psychiatric conditions. Our mission is to help our beneficiaries become economically self-sufficient through innovative product creation, and competent in retail related skills so that they can reintegrate well into the community.

Mustard Tree.Com.Sg specialises in craft and flower training for special needs persons and retailing their products. We empower these individuals to operate as apprentices so that they can lead a life of dignity. We seek not charity but we hope to win your business and endorsement through our quality designs and good cause.

The SmartBFA (Smart Accessibility & Mobility for Barrier-free Access) project aims to find barrier-free access routes for Singaporeans, through the use of passively-crowdsourced sensor data. This will enable Persons with Disabilities (PwDs) users to commute, live, work and play in Singapore, in an inclusive and dignified manner.

VERE develops VR-assisted curricula and VR content for social issues education. We leverage on the power of VR technology to make distant social issues personalised and immersive. We work with governmental organisations, schools and other social enterprises. We are Asia's first VR production house with a cause.

WISE - WASH in Southeast Asia is a non-profit organisation whose mission is to enable communities to improve their water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) practices. WISE implements community development, capacity building, and behaviour change projects in Indonesia and Cambodia. In Singapore, we train and mentor teams who implement community service projects.