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Brand_strategy_for_social_enterprise

  Brand strategy is a fundamental business concept that is often misunderstood yet it is critical to the success of an organization. Social enterprises are unique in that the alignment of mission and brand should be very strong. This course teaches key concepts in brand strategy and actively guides participants through the development of brand strategy with exercises designed to help you think about all the critical inputs. Participants will walk away with an understanding of brand strategy and a platform for their brand.   .helpButton { display: none; } body.bg { opacity: 0; -moz-animation: cssAnimation 0s ease-in 2s forwards; -webkit-animation: cssAnimation 0s ease-in 2s forwards; -o-animation: cssAnimation 0s ease-in 2s forwards; animation: cssAnimation 0s ease-in 2s forwards; -webkit-animation-fill-mode: forwards; animation-fill-mode: forwards; } @keyframes cssAnimation { to { opacity: 1; } } @-webkit-keyframes cssAnimation { to { opacity: 1; } } @import url(https://fonts.googleapis.com/css?family=Fjalla+One|Raleway); @import url(https://socialenterpriseinstitute.ca/styles/learnUponMin.css); Read More

Unique_value_proposition_google_slides

  Building Unique Value Propositions helps learners to clearly define and refine their enterprise’s unique value propositions. UVPs are an important feature that communicate how your product or service is differentiated from similar and competing businesses.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                .helpButton { display: none; } body.bg { opacity: 0; -moz-animation: cssAnimation 0s ease-in 2s forwards; -webkit-animation: cssAnimation 0s ease-in 2s forwards; -o-animation: cssAnimation 0s ease-in 2s forwards; animation: cssAnimation 0s ease-in 2s forwards; -webkit-animation-fill-mode: forwards; animation-fill-mode: forwards; } @keyframes cssAnimation { to { opacity: 1; } } @-webkit-keyframes cssAnimation { to { opacity: 1; } } @import url(https://fonts.googleapis.com/css?family=Fjalla+One|Raleway); @import url(https://socialenterpriseinstitute.ca/styles/learnUponMin.css); Read More

Scale_up_fr.pptx

Répliquer, entreprises sociales en série, succession, franchise sociale et plus encore…  tout un potentiel à découvrir ! Comment pouvons-nous assurer la stabilité, la croissance et la pérennité des entreprises sociales ? Ici et ailleurs dans le monde, de gens se sont questionnés sur le concept de « changement d’échelle » afin qu’entres autres, leurs entreprises génèrent plus de revenus, aient plus d’impact dans leur communauté augmentent la capacité de desservir plus de monde, créer plus d’emplois, etc.. Plusieurs modèles efficients de gestion, de croissance et voir même de réplication des entreprises sont maintenant éprouvés.  Nous pouvons donc apprendre de ces expériences tout en découvrant les conditions essentielles pour réussir. La section « ressources » propose de l’information judicieuse sur certains des concepts. Après avoir complété ce module d’apprentissage, les apprenant.e.s seront en mesure de rédiger des questions d’étude de marché efficaces, concises et signifiantes pour les sondages, formulaires, groupes de discussion, entrevues ou autres études de marché primaires. Le cours permettra aux participant.e.s de préciser ce qu’ils/elles ont besoin de savoir, d’éviter les erreurs et les pièges habituels, et de pouvoir rédiger une suite de questions afin de guider le développement et la promotion de leur entreprise. Read More

Channel_slide_deck

  After completing this learning module, learners will understand what a “channel” is and will recognize the importance of developing an effective channel strategy. They will receive a high-level introduction to popular channels and will learn how to identify and test different channels while maximizing their ROI and avoiding costly mistakes.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  .helpButton { display: none; } body.bg { opacity: 0; -moz-animation: cssAnimation 0s ease-in 2s forwards; -webkit-animation: cssAnimation 0s ease-in 2s forwards; -o-animation: cssAnimation 0s ease-in 2s forwards; animation: cssAnimation 0s ease-in 2s forwards; -webkit-animation-fill-mode: forwards; animation-fill-mode: forwards; } @keyframes cssAnimation { to { opacity: 1; } } @-webkit-keyframes cssAnimation { to { opacity: 1; } } @import url(https://fonts.googleapis.com/css?family=Fjalla+One|Raleway); @import url(https://socialenterpriseinstitute.ca/styles/learnUponMin.css); Read More

Charities_and_related_business

  The purpose of this course is to help you understand how the charities directorate at Canada Revenue Agency regulates business activity by registered charities, including the opportunities, limits, and options for charities undertaking social enterprises. By taking this course, you will learn the advantages and limitations of operating as a charitable non-profit, and be able to make a decision on whether to pursue charitable activity or not.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                .helpButton { display: none; } body.bg { opacity: 0; -moz-animation: cssAnimation 0s ease-in 2s forwards; -webkit-animation: cssAnimation 0s ease-in 2s forwards; -o-animation: cssAnimation 0s ease-in 2s forwards; animation: cssAnimation 0s ease-in 2s forwards; -webkit-animation-fill-mode: forwards; animation-fill-mode: forwards; } @keyframes cssAnimation { to { opacity: 1; } } @-webkit-keyframes cssAnimation { to { opacity: 1; } } @import url(https://fonts.googleapis.com/css?family=Fjalla+One|Raleway); @import url(https://socialenterpriseinstitute.ca/styles/learnUponMin.css); Read More

Cics___cccs

  With an increasing demand for socially, environmentally, and culturally focused investment options, corporate models are beginning to emerge that bridge the gap between for-profit businesses and non-profit organizations.  Community Interest Companies (CICs) and Community Contribution Companies (CCCs) are responses to such a gap and have been growing in popularity across the United Kingdom and British Columbia, respectively. Nova Scotia has recently introduced CIC legislation that offers an alternative business structure for those wishing to serve a community purpose. .helpButton { display: none; } body.bg { opacity: 0; -moz-animation: cssAnimation 0s ease-in 2s forwards; -webkit-animation: cssAnimation 0s ease-in 2s forwards; -o-animation: cssAnimation 0s ease-in 2s forwards; animation: cssAnimation 0s ease-in 2s forwards; -webkit-animation-fill-mode: forwards; animation-fill-mode: forwards; } @keyframes cssAnimation { to { opacity: 1; } } @-webkit-keyframes cssAnimation { to { opacity: 1; } } @import url(https://fonts.googleapis.com/css?family=Fjalla+One|Raleway); @import url(https://socialenterpriseinstitute.ca/styles/learnUpon.css); Read More

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