Have you had a big business idea but don’t know how to get it up and running and make money from Do you run a Social Enterprise or Community Interest Company??
About this event
Could ‘Social Franchising’ or models of replication be a way of getting greater engagement, social impact and greater coverage?
In this 45-minute online workshop with Pam Gordon, Franchising Consultant , you will explore the following:
How social franchising can make a use of a commercial franchising approach to replicate and share proven organisational models for greater social impact.
She will also go through the different commercial business models and how these might be applied to a social enterprise:
- Wholly Owned
- Open Source/Dissemination
- Joint Venture
You’ll look at the advantages and disadvantages of each approach and discuss examples of social enterprises that might have utilised these models to see whether your own could benefit from a similar route.
There will be sign-posting to further resources and the opportunity for a further 121 with Pam through BIPC Sussex.
In this online workshop with Pam Gordon, Franchising Consultant, you will explore how social enterprises can make a use of a commercial franchising approach to replicate and share proven organisational models for greater social impact, engagement and coverage.
Following the event, the BIPC will send you a feedback form which we would be grateful if you could complete to allow us to monitor the success of our events.
This event is valued at £108 of State Aid support. State aid information is detailed in our T&Cs.
Date and Time:
Oct 18, 2022