Zsolt Bugarszki, PhD, is a Hungarian social worker and expert of social policy. He has spent more than 20 years with the development of community-based services in different countries, and lately in Estonia works on innovative solutions how to use modern technology, ICT tools and economic models to support vulnerable people in the community.
Audrone Urmanaviciene, PhD, is a lecturer of social entrepreneurship at Tallinn University. She has PhD in Management Science. Audrone’s researching interests are social enterprise, social impact and social impact assessment. She is a member of EMES – an international research network for social enterprises. She is also the Communication Manager in COST network project “Multi-disciplinary innovation for social change”.