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Using your creativity for social change. Advice on getting your ethical or social project up and running. …

Using your creativity for social change. Advice on getting your ethical or social project up and running.

Uday Thakkur, Managing Director of Red Ochre

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  • 1. INTRODUCTION TO SOCIAL ENTERPRISE UDAY THAKKAR
  • 2. INTRODUCTION
    • What is Social Enterprise?
    • No legal definition
    • Anyone can call themselves a social enterprise – and many do
    • Organisations that have been practising social enterprise have been around for a long time though the term itself is new
  • 3. What is Social Enterprise ?
  • 4. INTRODUCTION
    • Characteristics
      • People
      • Planet
      • Profit
  • 5. GENERAL CHARECTERISTICS
    • Trading in order to fulfil social aims
    • or
    • Exist to bring together people and communities for economic development and social gain
  • 6. CONSIDERATIONS
    • Contentious areas
      • Ownership
      • Profit distribution
      • Funding
  • 7. Social Enterprise Profit Flow
  • 8. ORGANISATIONAL TRANSITION
  • 9. TYPES OF BUSINESSES
    • Charities Trading Arms
    • Employee - owned businesses
    • Co-Operatives
    • Social Firms
    • Community Businesses
    • Ethical businesses
  • 10. ARTS BASED BUSINESSES
    • Importance in regeneration
      • Village Underground
      • Harringey Arts Clusters
  • 11. IMPORTANCE OF DESIGN
    • Companion
      • Simplifying hand held devices for the elderly
    • Catering/drinking device
      • Improving usability for people with disability
    • DIY Kyoto
      • Measuring energy consumption through simple meters
  • 12. IMPORTANCE IN CREATING JOBS/FIGHTING CRIME
    • Sari UK
      • Recycling, design and make, retail
    • Street Breakers
      • Helping young people explore and grow their creative side, improve health and actively work towards reducing crime
  • 13. SUPPORT
    • Strategy
    • Finance
    • Purchasing
    • Contacts & Networks
    • Grounding & Common Sense
  • 14. FUTURE ?
    • Changing social and economic perceptions
    • Has the time arrived for Social Enterprise?

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