Grow Your Social Venture Workshop

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Date(s) - 10/03/2015
9:00 am - 6:00 pm

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More clients, greater impact, less stress

– Does your start-up business need more clients?
– Is your enterprise growing fast?
– Do you want to launch a new product or service?
– Is your company struggling?

Future Business Centre Cambridge is running a ‘grow your social venture’ workshop on Tuesday 10th March to help you develop and quickly grow your social venture. It may be a social enterprise, charity, social business or a limited company; any organisation that exists for the primary purpose of making a positive social impact.

The free workshop is aimed at organisations which may be at different stages of development, giving you the space and time to look at your business and re-focus your business goals. It will provide a structured opportunity to:

– Understand the heart of your business
– Get clear on your niche area
– Determine the value you create for others
– Develop products & services the market wants and needs
– Avoid costly mistakes with ‘lean start’
– Develop the marketing strategy you need
– Understand how to get more clients

Ample time will be given for networking and co-working throughout the day. Delegates will also have the option to join a 28 day coaching programme.

To book a place on this workshop, please register at grow-your-social-venture.eventbrite.com

We hope to roll this workshop out across the East of England. If you are interested in the workshop coming to your area, please email events@futurebusinesscentre.co.uk and forward it to other social ventures who may wish to attend.

Neil Prem, Social Enterprise Business Advisor at Future Business Centre CambridgeThe workshop will be delivered by Neil Prem, Future Business Centre’s social enterprise business advisor. Neil is a Professional Enterprise and Career Coach with experience of working with hundreds of business leaders looking to enhance their performance and grow their enterprises. He specialises in helping new and existing entrepreneurs define and communicate their mission so that people want to do business with them. His passion is to see people achieve the work they’re meant to do.

The workshop and coaching programme are funded by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF), with support from Cambridge City Council. Future Business Centre is an Allia innovation.

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