Social Enterprise Learning Opportunities: Free Webinar Series

Measuring Impact for Employment Social Enterprises
If your social enterprise offers employment to people with barriers, find out how TEF has used the Sustainable Livelihoods Framework for 15 years to measure success for a variety of business models.
Anne Jamieson
July 10: Noon Eastern

Business Model Canvas
Using the Business Model Canvas as a tool to help plan, pitch, and refine your social enterprise. We will introduce a version of the Canvas that integrates “social” and “enterprise” considerations in all key areas.
Andy Horsnell
August 7: Noon Eastern (postponed from original date of July 17)

Social Procurement
The what, why, how: How to use our existing purchasing to create added social value. The webinar will be a tour of the concepts and practices of social procurement, for government, private, and non-profit sector.
David Upton / David LePage
July 24: Noon Eastern

You will need access to a computer with Internet access and/or access to a phone to use a teleconferencing number to participate.

If you have any questions please contact Andy Horsnell at or 902 300 9725.

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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