POSTED: April 11, 2019
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Navigating social and commercial objectives in social enterprise | Seminar, Lagos, 24 Apr 2019
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Navigating social and commercial objectives in social enterprise

Workshop
Lagos, 25 April 2019

Running your own business is hard, but it can be especially difficult for people who want to set up a social enterprise, aimed at having a positive impact on people and the planet. How is this done, and how do you get over the tension between commercial and social objectives?

In this workshop, we draw on our research to give workshop attendees the tools to understand the tensions they face, and how they can find a way to navigate through this. We help those involved in social enterprise and other forms of third sector or business activity to think through some challenging issues such as: should a social enterprise grow its business if it is not its core social mission; should we hold onto knowledge about our innovations or share them broadly; should we employ experienced and highly skilled staff or employ those needing the experience and skill development.

The workshop is aimed at existing and start-up social enterprises/entrepreneurs and is organised by CUSP and CEEDR in collaboration with the American Corner at the Co-Creation Hub Lagos. The event is free to attend. Light refreshments will be provided.

WHERE

American Corner
Co-Creation HUB
294 Herbert Macaulay Way
Yaba, Lagos

WHEN

Wednesday, 25 April 2019
11am-1pm (GMT+1)

CONTACT

Please register your attendance via Eventbrite. For details and enquiries, please email Adeyemi Adelekan, Ambrose Massaquoi or Michelle.

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