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Introduction to Social Enterprise

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When:

  • Thu 1 Jun ’17, 8:30am – 11:30am

Where:

The Orchard, Corner Cameron and Walton Streets, Whangarei Show map

Restrictions:

All Ages

Registration Types:

  • General Admission: $0.00

Website:

Akina

Introduction to Social Enterprise is for people and organisations who are keen to gain a better understanding of social enterprise.

All over the world, more and more entrepreneurs and organisations are realising the opportunity to drive social and environmental change through sustainable business. If that sounds like something you want to get involved in, join us to find out more.

This workshop will cover:
- What is social enterprise?
- What do you need?
- What can you expect?
- Where to start?
- Where to from here?

Learn what social enterprise is all about and the impact it can have. Meet other like-minded people, get inspired and find out how and where to start.

FAQs

I'm not sure if I'm a social enterprise - how do I know?

Social enterprises can look like many different things. Some are trusts, others are companies, and many are charities and community organisations. Fundamentally, social enterprises are mission driven organisations that trade for a social or environmental purpose. They aim to earn a profit and reinvest some of it towards fulfilling that purpose. Check out our website for more information: www.akina.org.nz

What should I bring?

Notepaper and a pen.

There are no more tickets and the waitlist is full - what should I do?

We will be providing more workshops in wider Auckland region, so please register your interest on the Ākina website and we can keep you informed.

Who can I contact with any questions?

Paul Dunphy, Venture Manager at Ākina Foundation - 027 213 5607 or paul.dunphy@akina.org.nz

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