Social Enterprise Exchange Conference 2017
Thursday, 16th November 2017, 09.30-15.30 at The Workstation, Sheffield.
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The Social Enterprise Exchange Conference 2017 celebrates international Social Enterprise Day, 16 November and will showcase the state of social enterprise in the Sheffield City Region and beyond. The day will include panel presentations from key stakeholders, case-studies from new and existing social enterprises, knowledge sharing workshops on topics like access to finance, social media and digital technology, one-to-one advice surgeries (bookable in advance) and opportunities to exhibit for participating social enterprises. The event is free to attend and includes lunch and refreshments as well as plenty of time for networking with other social entrepreneurs.
10.00 Welcoming remarks
– Social Enterprise Exchange – one year on
10.15 Opening panel
– Speakers invited from Growth Hub, SEUK and others
11.30 Social enterprise start-up – case-studies
+ SEE video compilation
13.15 Workshop & Surgeries
– access to finance
– building-based development
– social media / digital communication
+ one-to-one surgeries (bookable in advance)
14.15 Social enterprise growth – case studies
15.00 Concluding discussion – strategic perspectives and priorities
For more information on this event please contact: email@example.com
Social Enterprise Exchange is an initiative providing a comprehensive programme of support to social enterprises across the Sheffield City Region to promote social entrepreneurship and contribute toward job creation, growth and social inclusion.
To be kept up to date with other Social Enterprise Exchange news and events visit www.socentxchange.net
Social Enterprise Exchange is delivered in collaboration with the Sheffield City Region Growth Hub by a community-based consortium including Community Media Solutions, Groundwork South Yorkshire, Cultural Industries Quarter Agency, Sheffield Local Television, South Yorkshire Community Foundation, Voluntary Action Barnsley and Bolsover CVP. Supported by the European Regional Development Fund 2014-2020.