The Power of Social Enterprises:
Virtual Event

Thursday, October 12, 2:00pm PST
VIRTUAL

The Power of Social Enterprises is now a VIRTUAL EVENT ONLY.

 

Join online to hear from the dynamic Anne Jamieson, former lead of Toronto Enterprise Fund, speaking on Sustainability is not Self-Sufficiency: The Social Costs of Social Enterprises. 

 

Thursday, October 12, 2:00pm – 3:00pm PST

REGISTER HERE

 

Anne Jamieson

Anne Jamieson recently retired from United Way Greater Toronto and now engages in freelance work in the social enterprise sector. 

 

While at United Way, Anne ran the Toronto Enterprise Fund for almost 20 years, where she developed a robust curriculum and set of tools to support the start-up, stabilization, and scale-up of employment social enterprises. 

 

Among these is the Business Cost Recovery methodology of identifying and separating social costs from business costs, and measuring sustainability: the focus of Anne’s presentation. 

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Funding for this event generously provided by: 

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BC Social Enterprise Network is an informal group of over 30 organizations that meets regularly via Zoom, to encourage mutual learning and development among social enterprise practitioners. The Network is the lead organizer of the BC Social Enterprise Summit, to be held at Simon Fraser University in downtown Vancouver on May 14, 2024.

Buy Social Canada is a social enterprise with a mission to redefine the way businesses, governments, and consumers make purchases. We do this through social procurement advocacy, education, consulting, and social enterprise certification.

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