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Procurement for Social Value Suppliers – July Cohort Session 3

Text on blue/ white background: "Super Social procurement supplier readiness. Procurement training for social value suppliers. Become bid ready. Grow your impact. Learn and connect with others. A 4 week virtual training with interactive activities, customized coaching and the final result - your own bid book! WWW.BuySocialCanada.Com/Super." The Buy Social logo and Government of Canada logos are featured at the bottom of the image.

Social procurement is emerging across Canada as a powerful tool for building healthy communities. Buy Social Canada offers the SUPER Project (Social Procurement Supplier Readiness) tools, resources, and training to help social enterprises and social value suppliers respond to the growing demand for social value in purchasing. Social value suppliers will be able to learn the skills needed to access procurement opportunities and contracts that provide the revenue to increase their social value creation.

Reach your procurement potential with the Buy Social Canada ‘Procurement for Social Value Suppliers’ workshop. This four-week, in-depth training will teach social value suppliers about the intricacies of procurement and the skills to access growing demand for social value in procurement.

‘Procurement for Social Value Suppliers’ is a hands-on learning experience where you will finish the program with foundational tools to bid for contracts. Topics that will be covered include finding opportunities, responding to bids and telling your social value story. Each week will comprise of a two-hour session hosted online.

Participants will also receive a customized one-on-one coaching session to help reach your social procurement market access potential.

The SUPER Project (Social Procurement Supplier Readiness) is funded in part by the Government of Canada’s Social Development Partnerships Program.

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Procurement for Social Value Suppliers – July Cohort Session 2

Text on blue/ white background: "Super Social procurement supplier readiness. Procurement training for social value suppliers. Become bid ready. Grow your impact. Learn and connect with others. A 4 week virtual training with interactive activities, customized coaching and the final result - your own bid book! WWW.BuySocialCanada.Com/Super." The Buy Social logo and Government of Canada logos are featured at the bottom of the image.

Social procurement is emerging across Canada as a powerful tool for building healthy communities. Buy Social Canada offers the SUPER Project (Social Procurement Supplier Readiness) tools, resources, and training to help social enterprises and social value suppliers respond to the growing demand for social value in purchasing. Social value suppliers will be able to learn the skills needed to access procurement opportunities and contracts that provide the revenue to increase their social value creation.

Reach your procurement potential with the Buy Social Canada ‘Procurement for Social Value Suppliers’ workshop. This four-week, in-depth training will teach social value suppliers about the intricacies of procurement and the skills to access growing demand for social value in procurement.

‘Procurement for Social Value Suppliers’ is a hands-on learning experience where you will finish the program with foundational tools to bid for contracts. Topics that will be covered include finding opportunities, responding to bids and telling your social value story. Each week will comprise of a two-hour session hosted online.

Participants will also receive a customized one-on-one coaching session to help reach your social procurement market access potential.

The SUPER Project (Social Procurement Supplier Readiness) is funded in part by the Government of Canada’s Social Development Partnerships Program.

Learn more

Procurement for Social Value Suppliers – July Cohort Session 1

Text on blue/ white background: "Super Social procurement supplier readiness. Procurement training for social value suppliers. Become bid ready. Grow your impact. Learn and connect with others. A 4 week virtual training with interactive activities, customized coaching and the final result - your own bid book! WWW.BuySocialCanada.Com/Super." The Buy Social logo and Government of Canada logos are featured at the bottom of the image.

Social procurement is emerging across Canada as a powerful tool for building healthy communities. Buy Social Canada offers the SUPER Project (Social Procurement Supplier Readiness) tools, resources, and training to help social enterprises and social value suppliers respond to the growing demand for social value in purchasing. Social value suppliers will be able to learn the skills needed to access procurement opportunities and contracts that provide the revenue to increase their social value creation.

Reach your procurement potential with the Buy Social Canada ‘Procurement for Social Value Suppliers’ workshop. This four-week, in-depth training will teach social value suppliers about the intricacies of procurement and the skills to access growing demand for social value in procurement.

‘Procurement for Social Value Suppliers’ is a hands-on learning experience where you will finish the program with foundational tools to bid for contracts. Topics that will be covered include finding opportunities, responding to bids and telling your social value story. Each week will comprise of a two-hour session hosted online.

Participants will also receive a customized one-on-one coaching session to help reach your social procurement market access potential.

The SUPER Project (Social Procurement Supplier Readiness) is funded in part by the Government of Canada’s Social Development Partnerships Program.

Learn more

SEWF 2021

Icon of a globe on a galactic background with text: "28-29 September. Our flagship annual forum is the event for the global social enterprise community. Join SEWF 2021 to connect with thousands of leading social entrepreneurs, access world-class content and be part of the world’s largest social enterprise conversation."Designed by and for social enterprises, SEWF 2021 will champion the potential of social enterprises – small and large, rural and urban – to bring about inclusive and sustainable economic development.

With a spotlight on Canada, the two-day programme will feature keynotes and plenaries with live Q&A, online networking and a virtual marketplace giving you the opportunity to connect, learn and be inspired. Speakers will include leading social entrepreneurs and changemakers from across the world with over 3,000 participants from over 70 countries.

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Indigenous Women Leaders and the Economics of Abundance

Indigenous Women Leaders and the Economics of Abundance7pm Atlantic Time

In Celebration of the 1st Anniversary of Coady Institute’s Circle of Abundance

To mark the one-year anniversary of Coady Institute’s Circle of Abundance – Amplifying Indigenous Women’s Leadership, we invite you to join us for a discussion and celebration focusing on Indigenous Women Leaders and the Economics of Abundance.

One year ago, we embarked on a journey to enhance support for Indigenous women leaders. This became the Circle of Abundance. With guidance and leadership from Indigenous graduates, staff, mentors, and Elders, we designed and facilitated new leadership programs, nurtured new partnerships, grew our team of Indigenous staff, and raised more than $1 million to amplify and sustain the Circle of Abundance.

We welcome all to join us in celebration and learning with panelists Carol Anne HiltonVictoria LaBilloisRose Paul, and Mallory YawnghweElder Jane Meader, and moderator Krista Hanscomb.

Listen to stories of Indigenous leadership in business and innovation, and learn about year one of the Circle of Abundance and where we go from here.

Register for Indigenous Women Leaders and the Economics of Abundance

Panelists

Carol Anne Hilton, MBA
CEO and Founder, Indigenomics Institute and the Global Center of Indigenomics.

Victoria LaBillois, MBA
Owner, Wejipeg Excavation Inc.
Wejuseg Construction Inc.

Rose Paul, MBA
CEO, Bayside Development Corporation Director, Lands and Economic Development

Mallory Yawnghwe, BCom
President and CEO, Indigenous Box Inc.

Moderated by: Krista Hanscomb, M.Ed
Program Teaching Staff Circle of Abundance

With a Welcome by: Elder Jane Meader, M.Ed

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