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Non-profits and social entrepreneurs are increasingly considering social enterprise – a blended value model where business methods are put to work achieving social impacts. This workshop will explain what social enterprise is and what it’s not, then lead participants through an overview of the typical steps in an enterprise’s early development. The facilitators will introduce participants to tools for deciding if you’re ready to take on an enterprise, how to clarify your idea, test it’s feasibility, plan the business model including legal and financial considerations, start-up and then evaluate and strengthen.
Looking for young leaders, between the ages of 18-35, interested in social entrepreneurship, the Sustainable Development Goals, and their local communities!
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SEED’s BEST Program (Business & Enterprise Support & Training) begins with attendance at one of our BEST Information Sessions. Upon learning about SEED and our programs, workshop attendees are invited to apply to the first phase of the training process.
SEED will be hosting additional BEST Information Sessions at the University of Winnipeg for 4 Wednesdays starting February 15, 2017.
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Programs connect those in need with resources to get back on their feet. See full story below!
The Asset Building Program Coordinator will be responsible for working with participants to complete tax returns, apply for government benefits and solve financial problems. Please see posting below for full details.