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Mentors

SBE is proud to introduce a group of mentors who are top professionals in their area of expertise and are committed to sharing their knowledge with impact startups, contributing to their growth and success. The mentors dedicate a few hours of their time every month to provide mentoring and consulting to the impact startups supported by Social Business Earth. We are grateful to our mentors for their important contribution in strengthening the skills of impact entrepreneurs and the social business ecosystem in Switzerland.

Aymeric Jung


Aymeric brings over 20 years of experience in Capital Markets and financial engineering. Coupled with genuine commitment to generating positive impact, Aymeric has developed a deep expertise in impact investing, with particular interests in food, health, and farming, as highlighted in his TEDx Talk in Dijon. Aymeric has been dedicated to responsible investing since 2013, co-founding Slow Money Francophone. This investor alliance, initially launched in California in 2009, supports domestic food systems and organic farming. Aymeric also serves as a board member for Terre de Liens, a French association that acquires farmland to assist organic farmers, as well as Slow Food Suisse and the Lunt Foundation. He is also an active committee member of Après Genève, a non-profit association committed to promoting and recognizing the social and solidarity economy (SSE) in the Geneva region. He frequently shares his insights and expertise as a speaker at various events focusing on ethical finance, impact investing, food and farming. Aymeric held key positions at Lehman Brothers and Nomura in London, serving as the head of fund derivatives structuring and as a product specialist. Previously, he held similar responsibilities at Credit Suisse and Crédit Lyonnais. Aymeric holds a Master’s degree in Business Management and a Master’s degree in International Finance from the University Paris IX Dauphine.

Aymeric participated as panelist in the Social Business Conference 2024 and since then has joined our group of mentors. He is committed to sharing his expertise and knowledge in impact investing and sustainable finance with early-stage impact startups in the agrifood sector.

Dr. Tanja Collavo


Tanja acts as Course Director for the Master’s in Sustainability Leadership, Flexible Route and for the Postgraduate Certificate (Organizational Stream) and Postgraduate Diploma in Sustainable Business at the Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership (CISL), University of Cambridge. She has taught and tutored courses in social entrepreneurship, strategy, general management and collaborations, and has knowledge of design and systems thinking as processes to develop sustainable solutions to complex social and environmental issues.

Before joining CISL, Tanja has supported collaborations between researchers and businesses/social enterprises, and worked in automotive consulting, and in sales and accounting functions at multinational corporations. Her main areas of expertise are in social entrepreneurship, sustainable/social business models, collaborations, and strategy. In 2022, Tanja published the textbook “Foundations of social Entrepreneurship: Theory, Practical Tools and Skills”, now used as the official textbook for the online course on social entrepreneurship delivered by the University of Oxford’s Department of Continuing Education.

Tanja participated as panelist in the Social Business Conference 2024 and since then has joined our group of mentors. She is committed to sharing her expertise and knowledge with our early-stage impact startups in the areas of personal development, business modeling and planning, theory of change, stakeholder mapping and management, creation of value proposition and systems thinking.