San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Starting a Social Enterprise Seminar
The popularity of Social Enterprise is a global phenomenon. Yet it remains poorly understood and poorly applied.
This seminar will introduce you to social enterprise and how it can be used to create social, economic and environmental change whilst becoming financially self sustaining.
Ensuring that the basics are understood and applied will ensure that when you launch your social enterprise you will improve your opportunity for success and sustainability. The seminar will lead you through the social enterprise journey from vision to strategy and how to create practical and applicable business models. The seminar will also explore areas of risk funding considerations.
Understanding social enterprise
Clarifying the change you want to make
The importance of your vision for change
Creating practical and appropriate solutions
Formulating your strategy
Demonstrating the value you create
How to deliver value – creating successful business models
Demonstrating the change you create
Financing your start up
There will be plenty of time to get your questions answered and meet other like-minded women thinking of starting a business!
Please note that you must not have registered a business or be trading to attend this seminar.
This seminar is delivered under Enterprise Enfield’s Inspiring Women programme which is specifically designed to support the development of women in London to start and manage their own businesses, or to develop and grow existing businesses.
Following attendance at this seminar, eligible women may apply to receive further intensive free support to get their business up and running under the Inspiring Women Programme funded by the European Regional Development Fund. This 3 month course includes one to one advice and mentoring sessions with experienced Advisers together with a range of business seminars including all the essentials such as business planning, sales, marketing, financial forecasting, networking, time management and others.
All support is provided free of charge as it is part funded by the European Regional Development Fund.