Social Enterprise: Growing a Sustainable Business

Social Enterprise: Growing a Sustainable Business

Are you a social entrepreneur? This free online course will show you how to evaluate your current business model, develop strategies to grow your social enterprise and evaluate its impact.

We believe it’s important to foster new skills and unlock the potential of small businesses. Our #EntrepreneurialAfrica programme provides support to emerging entrepreneurs, promoting innovation and social impact.

We believe it’s important to foster new skills and unlock the potential of small businesses. Our Entrepreneurial Africa programme provides support to emerging entrepreneurs, promoting innovation and social impact.

Is your social enterprise sustainable? Is it scalable? This free course helps you evaluate your model and develop a plan to take it to the next level. You will learn how to evaluate your current business model, identify challenges, develop strategies to grow your social enterprise and evaluate its impact.

We are offering this three-week online course in collaboration with Middlesex University Business School and FutureLearn. It includes a mix of theory, practical information, and case studies from around the world. You will learn how to map your stakeholders, consider partnership opportunities, and manage change. You will also consider different marketing and communications strategies, how to find talent, and different sources of funding and investment.

This course starts on Monday 3 April.

Click here to register now

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