#SBSchat: How to set up a social enterprise

Date/Time
Date(s) - 22/02/2017
7:00 pm


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Are you thinking about starting or operating a business that would further your mission or generate income to support your sustainability?

The answer might be a social enterprise.

On the next #SBSchat find out what a social enterprise is, how this business model differs from traditional ones, and learn about best practices.

Cost: Free

Where: on Twitter under the hashtag #SBSchat

Guest Speakers:

Surai Tea’s mission is to use the power of the markets to create positive social change for refugees. Through the sale of their premium teas Surai Tea creates high-value jobs for refugees as well as a sustainable source of corporate donations to the not-for-profits that are active in the refugee resettlement effort.
@SuraiTea_Inc

EcoEquitable is a not-for-profit with the mission of empowering immigrant women in Canada through skills training and thus easing their transition to employment, all the while greening our community.
@EcoEquitable

FEM International’s mission is to empower young girls and women around the world, in developing countries and in Canada, to reach their full potential through the dynamics of socially responsible entrepreneurship, in a way that helps them become self-sufficient and create a better link with their communities and their local environments. FEM International’s programs and services directly contribute to building gender equality and sustainable development.
@Feminter

Groupe Conseils DDE s.e.n.c. is founded on the expertise of Éric Lamirande and Francine Barbeau, and the expertise of our colleagues. We offer our services in consulting, coaching and training in the following areas: management strategies, business development, marketing and social medias. We believe that by our actions and our socio-economic spin-offs, our company contributes to help our clients (non-profits, entrepreneurs) to innovate and succeed for the benefit of our communities.
@groupedde