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Business For Good – How to Blend Profit and Purpose

16 August 2024 at 10:00 am in Mornington

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Small Business Festival 2024 1 - 31 August 2024

A selection of no-cost, low-cost and value for money events to ‘pick and mix’ from.

Create a schedule of learning opportunities to suit your business needs.

Featuring:

  • Inspiring presentations, engaging activities and practical workshops especially designed for small businesses.
  • Opportunities for networking and connection to learn from others’ experiences.
  • Encouraging ways to start, run and grow a passion into profit.
  • Training sessions with experts providing valuable business insights to improve skills and knowledge.

Demystify the “Profit for Purpose” Economy

Running a profitable business is hard enough.

Now customers and employees want businesses to have purpose too, and be good for people and the planet.

But where to start?

  • Should you become a Social Enterprise or a B Corp and what is the difference?
  • Do you need a plan for your CSR or your ESG?
  • Is it about sustainability or circularity?
  • And what will be next?

Join the team from the Social Enterprise Hub for this fun and informative introductory session. They’ll demystify the “profit for purpose” economy and explain the different ways you can make it work for your business, whether you’re ready to do a little or a lot.


Meet Your Facilitator

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Collaborative Leadership Team
Frankston Social Enterprise Hub

Frankston Social Enterprise Hub is seeking to establish the Southern Metropolitan region of Melbourne as a region renowned for flourishing enterprise doing good for people and planet. To achieve this, our mission is to enable organisations and individuals to start up and scale social enterprises in our region.

A place for people and organisations committed to creating social value through enterprise.

Meet the Team
Frankston Social Enterprise Hub has a Collaborative Leadership Team of Xanthe Rivett, Matt Perfect and Andrew Curtis. This collective of seasoned and dynamic professionals are dedicated to fostering social enterprise in Melbourne’s Southern Metropolitan region.

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