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Thu, 13 Jun

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Queen's Hall, Meeting Room 1

Positive Enterprise Programme, Dunoon

This programme explores how to develop income generating products and services that have a positive impact on your community and the environment.

Positive Enterprise Programme, Dunoon
Positive Enterprise Programme, Dunoon

Time & Location

13 Jun 2024, 10:30 – 27 Jun 2024, 10:30

Queen's Hall, Meeting Room 1, 9 Argyll St, Dunoon PA23 7HH, UK

About the event

This  programme explores how to develop income generating products and  services that have a positive impact on your community and the  environment.

Who is it for?

This  programme consists of 3 x 4 hour sessions over Thursdays in June and is  specifically for small businesses, start-ups, charities and social  enterprises in the Argyll and Bute area to bulid their network and  access tools and resources to help on your journey.

This programme will give you access to support to develop your enterprise idea and consider how to run a business that impacts positively on the environment and community.

Programme Details

Session 1 - Thursday 13 June  2024, 10:30am - 2:30pm

Session 2 - Thursday 20 June 2024, 10:30am - 2:30pm

Session 3 - Thursday 27 June 2024, 10:30am - 2:30pm  Venue: Queen's Hall in Dunoon. Refreshments will be available

Cost: Fully Funded with the supposrt of Argyll and Bute Council and Dunoon Communty Development Trust (i.e. no cost to participants)

The programme will explore:

  • What does sustainability mean for your organisation?
  • Evaluate your assets and strengths
  • Visioning for the future
  • Embed resilience
  • Experience Design Thinking and how this might be applied to building your sustainability whilst tackling the climate emergency
  • Explore sustaining motivation

Your Facilitator Your facilitator for this programme is Hannah Clinch of Dunoon Community Development Trust and POP shop enterprises CIC. You can find out more here.

This programme supported by the Social Enterprise Academy in partnership with POP shop enterprises and Dunoon Community Development Trust and funding from Argyll and Bute Council's Community Fund.

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