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A free capacity building workshop for Glasgow-based SME's and social enterprises.
This workshop will help small businesses and social enterprises take their brand and marketing to a powerful level. Free for Glasgow-based SME's and social enterprises.
Successful enterprises regularly review their propositions. This is a whole day where we will create the necessary thinking space for you to review the social change you are proposing and the value and benefits you are planning to create for your customers and beneficiaries. To book a ticket, use access code: glasgow
The practice of Groundwork is about much more than just being well organised. It can be practised at the individual, team and organisational level and in all cases, it invites a focus on that which is less visible or that happens underground, beneath the surface of our awareness. This training is specifically designed for people working in teams that are interested in working more with process, participation and engagement.
What’s the next big thing is something all consumer businesses are desperate to know. What will be this years trend and how do you plan for it? This workshop, run by Social Investment Scotland, is all about what’s next and how as a social business you can plan and understand how to develop your business to sell on trend. Learn from industry experts and understand what important trends are coming up for your customers.
Coming to Glasgow in November, a 2 day training on understanding and working in complexity. How to take action when everything is uncertain. An event for anyone, from front-line to management, who is working in communities & non-profits and/or directly active in social change work in Scotland, the rest of the UK and anywhere else.
Food and Drink is something Scotland is well known for and has seen a surge in artisan products. This workshop, run by Social Investment Scotland, will give you insight into some of the challenges in getting products to market, developing a brand and how to attract and keep customers. Come and learn from some of Scotland’s trail blazers in this arena.
Scotland is the Rough Guides best destination for landscapes, arts, festivals and food. How do social businesses access that market and what needs to be considered if your businesses is going to be part of the hospitality and tourism market? Come and learn from some of Scotland’s most successful businesses and experts in this immersive workshop, run by Social Investment Scotland.