Building mutually beneficial partnerships between SMEs & social enterprises
Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) and social value offer opportunities for businesses and Voluntary Community and Social Enterprise (VCSE) organisations to partner together, creating mutual benefits.
- How can you ensure that these partnerships are a perfect match?
- What do succesful non-profit / for-profit partnerships look like?
- What are the benefits?
During this session you’ll learn how to identify potential partners and how to make sure that both partners’ benefit.
What will be covered in this webinar?
- Criteria for identifying potential partners
- The pillars for a successful partnership model
- Pitching your offer to a potential partner
- Developing mutual benefits for both partners
Who is it for?
Shropshire business owners and managers, Entrepreneurs, SME’s both Business2Business, Business2Customer, not for profits and charities.
About your facilitator
Heidi Fisher – Make an Impact CIC
Heidi is a multi-award winning specialist in social enterprise and social impact. She received an MBE for Services to Innovation in Social Enterprise and to Impact Measurement in the 2020 New Year Honours.
Heidi has worked with over 2,100 businesses and social enterprises, ranging from start-ups through to those with over £1 billion of income supporting them to become more sustainable, develop their trading income and to better measure, manage and communicate the impact they have.
The Boring Bit
This is a FREE, live, online seminar which you can access via the Zoom platform. After registering on Eventbrite, you will be sent a confirmation email containing a link to access the webinar. This will be sent out the day before the event. To join the webinar, click the link that you received in the confirmation email you are sent.
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Terms and Conditions of Booking
This event is fully funded and free to eligible businesses to attend. We appreciate that sometimes there are good reasons why businesses are unable to attend workshops, however if you are no longer able to turn up, please cancel your ticket through Eventbrite.
We require 48 hours cancellation notice prior to the event (in order for us to offer your space to another business)
Please note that if you do not attend without letting us know, we reserve the right to decline your bookings for future sessions.
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