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Business for Good: Social Enterprise 101

July 18 @ 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm

A national settlement has been reached to resolve the Canadian class action regarding Microsoft Software, subject to approval of the courts in British Columbia, Ontario, and Quebec. 

Business for Good: Social Enterprise 101

Social entrepreneurship is an exciting and rapidly evolving field that leverages entrepreneurial principles towards solving social and environmental problems. It is a new lens through which we can view the world of businesses making a positive impact in the world.

What you’ll learn in this workshop:

  • Today’s view and characterization of social enterprises
  • Emergence of social entrepreneurship & social enterprises
  • Support systems available for people looking to start a social enterprise We’ll also explore social enterprises from a local, national and global perspective.

Participants will also get a chance to hear from: Mike Brown, Founder & CEO of Spiritual Soldiers; a local social enterprise from Windsor, Ontario.

This workshop is intended for:

  • Anyone looking to learn: what is a social enterprise and how are they being used to create social change around the world?
  • You have an idea for a project, organization or business and want to learn how other change makers have brought their ideas to life
  • You want to become part of a community using entrepreneurship as a vehicle for creating bold, innovative social impact

Cost: FREE

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July 18
5:00 pm - 7:00 pm
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Layan Barakat
(519) 253-3000


Downtown Windsor Business Accelerator
1501 Howard Avenue
Windsor, Ontario N8X 3T5 Canada
(519) 551-3733

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