On a mission to encourage social good by rewarding micro actions, Giovanna Mingarelli is the back-bone behind MC2, an Ottawa-based tech startup offering Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) chatbots for social action.
“MC2 is founded on the idea that we can apply data specifically to civic engagement and government and drive home making civic engagement more fun, participatory and also more accountable.”
Mingarelli is the CEO and co-founder of MC2. A sought after public speaker and thought leader in the areas of entrepreneurialism, civic engagement, business and socio-political events internationally, Mingarelli a globally recognized public figure with publications in the Huffington Post, Globe and Mail, and citations in the Harvard Business Review and Forbes.
Having worked extensively in the field of political and digital communications, Mingarelli served in the office of a former Prime Minister of Canada and was named one of Canada’s Top 100 Most Powerful Women by the WXN.
In this week’s #StartupPodcast, host Rivers Corbett talks to Mingarelli about how governments can engage with technologies to build greater engagement, trust, and accountability.
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