Successful social enterprises are clear from the outset about what they want to accomplish. Financial, social, cultural and environmental impacts need to be planned, implemented, measured and evaluated. Existing organizational readiness and capacity to operate the venture also needs to be explored.
Social enterprise is not a type of business or corporate ‘structure’, rather it is a description of the way in which you operate your enterprise – with social, environmental or cultural as well as revenue-generating objectives. Our services can help you decide if this model is right for you and connect you with the supports you need.
Our discovery form is designed to help begin this conversation and plan for successful outcomes. After this, we’ll meet with you to map out the right solutions for you. We’ll also follow up with ongoing support and connection to opportunities with us.