The first issue of Socialter, the magazine of social innovations and technologies changing the world, comes out today in France
Socialter is a print and digital magazine showcasing the new generation of actors of the social economy.
The first issue of the print magazine comes out today in France in 45.000 copies and will be distributed in Switzerland, Belgium and Canada.
Founded by Olivier Cohen de Timary, aged 27, Socialter aims to look at the economy in a different way “telling another story: the story of those who change the world through actions with a positive social impact”.
The mission of the magazine, financed in part thanks to crowdfunding, is to speak about all innovations having a social impact: from those by social enterprises, NGOs, associations… to those by big companies engaged in the social sector.
A special attention will be given to collaborative economy and to all those new models that deeply transform our habits and our ways of consuming.
Created with three objectives: inform, inspire and mobilize, the magazine wants to engage a large public, addressing a serious subject such as the economy in an “accessible and fun way”.
This issue feature a 30 pages dossier titled: “Finance, my love!”, (“Finance, mon amour!”) , a survey on the sharing economy and the new Consumption 2.0, a focus on an enterprise purchased by its employees…
Socialter is “an adventure without frontiers”. Thanks to its on-field contributors operating from around the world, the magazine, based in France, has an international perspective.