Inspiring Conversations Interactive and Exploratory workshop
Hannah is the co-founder of CMNGD (COMMONGOOD), a social enterprise providing people living in our homeless shelters the opportunity to become self-sustainable through on the job experience and mentoring, at a living wage, through a linen laundry service tailored for the hospitality industry.
She is also the Manager, Social Entrepreneurship at ATB, helping grow social enterprises in Alberta, something she is obviously very passionate about.
Raised in a family of entrepreneurs, Hannah’s career began at a young age, even her lemonade & cherry stand needed to have a business & marketing plan! With a strong background in program & community development specifically in entrepreneurship and social impact, she has developed and facilitated several programs, workshops and seen hundreds of pitches!
Hannah is a connector; she is obsessed with Social Entrepreneurship and the Sharing Economy and a big supporter of the startup community.
Exploring Social Entrepreneurship
Whether you are a non-profit or for-profit organization or just exploring social enterprise, you have probably heard one or all of these words; but what do they mean and how can you apply social impact principles to what you are working on?
In this interactive and exploratory workshop we will talk about:
- What does it take to be a successful entrepreneur?
- Funding and financing your venture
- How to market a business concept
- Global and local examples of social enterprises
- Business Models for social enterprises
- The 3 things you need to consider to become a social enterprise
Bring your questions and hear from other Social Entrepreneurs so you can walk away with a solid understanding and apply it to your next idea.