Making the Shift from a Traditional Non-Profit to an Enterprising Non Profit

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12 November, 2014

9:00am – 4:30pm
National Research Council (NRC),

As a follow-up to the Social Enterprise 101 workshop, this course focuses on the cultural, organizational, and governance changes that need to take place for a traditional non-profit to successfully move into the social enterprise arena.

Through presentations, group exercises, and case studies participants will learn:

  • how to determine if social enterprise is right for their organization
  • how to assess their non-profit’s readiness and capacity
  • how to assess the feasibility of their business ideas
  • the keys to launching a successful social enterprise
  • what resources are available to help develop a social enterprise in NB

Facilitator: Wendy Keats, Co-operative Enterprise Council of NB

Registration deadline is 5pm on November 5, 2014

Cost: $60 (HST included) per participant, lunch provided

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For more information or to register
Susanne at the Greater Fredericton Community Inclusion Network
by phone: (506) 262-0842 or by email at: mswhite at


Greater Fredericton Community Inclusion Network
Fredericton  New Brunswick