Social enterprise workshop June 20

Community Futures Sunshine Coast and Volunteer Sunshine Coast will present a full-day workshop on social enterprise for the first time on the Sunshine Coast, presented by the social enterprise accelerator Purppl. 

If you are a non-profit leader, social entrepreneur, student, small business owner, or simply interested in understanding more fully how to form a social enterprise, this workshop is for you. Sessions will cover topics and tools that will help you refine, build and grow a social business, as well as provide insight into the existing programs that support social enterprise on the Sunshine Coast.

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Attendees will have the opportunity to learn from other social entrepreneurs and spend the day going through contextual examples and exercises alongside like-minded individuals. More information and details regarding the material covered in the session can be found at 

The workshop, sponsored by Sunshine Coast Community Foundation, is on Thursday, June 20 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Gibsons Public Market. Tickets are available for $75 (discount for Volunteer Sunshine Coast members) on Lunch is included. 

Contact for more information and inquiries about available ticket subsidies. Space is limited, so please register by Monday, June 10. 

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