Eelke Blokker is the living definition of social entrepreneurship. Before he founded the Institute for Public Values together with Albert Jan and Harry Kruiter, he started a variety of social enterprises. For instance, he set up a private shelter for homeless people and started a company targeting people at the very bottom of the labour market. Eelke knows exactly how to flesh out revolutions, great and small, better than anyone. He is good at finding easy ways of turning a problem, a deficiency or a mission into a solution. The perfect material to start a revolution with!
‘Few people have the imagination for reality’ Goethe