Canadian Conference on Social Enterprise 2015

The Social Enterprise Council of Canada is pleased to partner with Pillar Non Profit in London, Ontario to present the Fifth Canadian Conference on Social Enterprise.

You are invited to join hundreds of existing and prospective social enterprise operators from every region in Canada. Taking place in London, Ontario from April 22-24, 2015, the Conference offers an exciting three days of training and work sessions, networking opportunities, speakers and dynamic, interactive events. There is still time to register, and join social enterprise colleagues, supporters, and financial partners at this national conference.

If you’re a non-profit organization thinking about creating or are already developing a new enterprise or if you’re expanding/formalizing your existing revenue-generating programs, then this conference is for you.

As a social enterprise development and planning tool, the Conference is valuable for project managers, executive directors, board members, and staff of a wide range of non-profit organizations. The Conference is also useful for business classes, students, corporate social responsibility businesses, government, industry, consultants/trainers, funders and social impact investors.

This multi-day conference is an opportunity for practitioners, government, social investors and nonprofit organizations across Canada to come together and learn from leaders and members of the social enterprise community as they share first hand insights and “Tell Our Story.”

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SECC Social Enterprise Definition
Social enterprises are community-based businesses that sell goods or services in the market place to achieve a social, cultural and/or environmental purpose; they reinvest their profits to maximize their social mission.
SECC Vision, Mission, and Goal
We envision vibrant community-based social enterprises successfully contributing to creating healthy communities. Our Mission is to convene, inform and influence community-based social enterprises and their key stakeholders. Our strategic goal is to insure social enterprises have a supportive ecosystem that: · Enhances Their Business Skills · Assures Access To Capital · Creates Market Opportunities · Recognizes Their Impact · Provides Supportive Legislation And Regulations