Oxford graduate starts social enterprise to help survivors of violence.
After Oxford Saïd Business School, Orsolya Szekely is setting a precedent for sustainable business models with her own venture.
What happens when you fuse a background in human rights with business know-how? A social for-profit venture with sustainability at the very core of its business model, if you’re Orsolya Szekely.
A 2018 graduate of Saïd Business School with a Diploma in Global Business, Orsolya founded PutON; a company providing employment for survivors of conflict-related sexual violence within the high-end fashion and hospitality sector.
The inspiration for PutON began in 2014 when she was working in Bosnia on behalf of the United Nations. Orsolya was drafting the program of empowerment for survivors of conflict-related sexual violence.