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Social entrepreneurship initiatives have been growing fast in the latest years moved by the desire of changing the world, gathering knowledge and resources, making changes happen. New entrepreneurs are born every day motivated for bringing social change to their communities. However, as discussed during the first session of this cycle on social entrepreneurship, social entrepreneurs need to have some competences and resources, among them basic knowledge on business and organisation models.

With this purpose a session on business models for social entrepreneurs will take place on 30 May from 15h to 17h London time. Dialogue Cafés participating are DC Lisbon (Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian), DC Évora (EvoraTech Fab Lab da ADRAL) and DC Cidade de Praia (Instituto Pedro Pires para a Liderança). The session will take place in Portugues.

 

Cycle on Social Entrepreneurship

 

During the session experts based in Portugal and Cape Verde will address entrepreneurs doubts and questions regarding “what´s a business model, business activity versus social activity, social entreprises models existing in different countries. The objective is to clarify concepts and analyse together with social entrepreneurs the best business model they can use to launch their projects by taking into advantages and disadvantages.

For further information and registration contact us.

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Thank Vanessa! We are very excited with this session. Thank you for joining us. More details will be shared very soon!.
daliasendra on 2017.04.11