Introducing…The Social Business Model Canvas

22 November @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
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In this online session, you will find out how to design a dynamic plan-on-a-page for your purposeful business, helping you to stay focussed and maximise your impact.

Social enterprises take a business approach to achieving their mission and making a difference. To ensure lasting impact, they require a viable business model. By ‘business model’ we mean a design for the successful operation of a business. It describes how you will reach customers, give them something they value, and make enough money from doing so to achieve your social impact. A Social Business Model Canvas provides a powerful visual tool to help with planning your business.

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What you will learn:
This workshop will provide an introduction to the Social Business Model Canvas, a social impact iteration of the renowned Business Model Canvas used by start-ups and established ventures all over the world.

The Social Business Model Canvas encourages founders and managers to look at how to:

  • define your value proposition
  • reach your customers
  • engage with key partners and stakeholders
  • make enough money
  • maximise impact

Who is it for?
Social enterprises, trading charities and purposeful businesses in Oxfordshire, UK.

Early-stage social enterprises and impact ventures will be able to use this tool to help them articulate their ideas and kick-start their business.

More established organisations will also benefit from taking a fresh look at their operations and business design.

Facilitators: Ashley Cavers
Ashley Cavers is a business adviser for the Oxfordshire Local Enterprise Partnership (OxLEP) and currently helps to manage eScalate, an OxLEP programme supporting charities, social enterprises and purposeful businesses. Ashley is also an experienced entrepreneur – she is the co-founder and director of The Wonky Food Company, which makes products from imperfect and surplus fruit and vegetables.

Details

Date:
22 November
Time:
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
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Online

Organiser

OxLEP Business

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