Non-Profit Sustainability and Social Entrepreneurship Training Workshop
Training Workshop: Enterprise Modelling for Non-Profit Sustainability and Social Entrepreneurship
Ungana-Afrika proudly presents a training workshop that will provide participants with the knowledge and tools to define how their organisation can be sustainable and create value while generating revenues.
Date: 21-22 February 2011
Venue: Sunnyside Park Hotel, Parktown, Johannesburg
By incorporating the knowledge gained from this training workshop into your organisation, you will be able to better understand and meet the needs of your beneficiaries or customers, achieve more sustainable impact, and reduce your dependence on donor funding.
This two-day practical workshop will cover the following topics:
- Concepts of social entrepreneurship
- Strategy-based opportunity identification
- Introduction to enterprise modelling
- Creating value and defining services
- Customer identification and insights
- Service channels and customer relationships
- Diversifying your revenue streams
- Identifying key resources, activities and partners
- Costing an enterprise model
- Implementation of your enterprise model
Who Should Attend:
This workshop is aimed at social entrepreneurs, leaders and managers of non-profit organisations, civil society consultants and donor agencies.
The workshop fee of R2,950 per person includes lunch, refreshments and all materials. Participants who register before 9 February are entitled to a R200 discount.
There are limited seats available, so please register now at http://www.ungana-afrika.org/emworkshop/register, or contact:
Mobile: 074 117 2762
Tel: 0877 500 888
Fax: 012 349 9327
Note that this workshop can also be offered as an in-house training for your organisation. Ungana-Afrika reserves the right to change or cancel the workshop where unforseen circumstances make this necessary. In such a case, registered participants will be contacted at least two days prior to the workshop, and will be given the option of a full refund should the changes not be suitable.
Ungana-Afrika is a non-profit organisation which catalyses scalable enterprises that promote
equality and improve quality of life for under-served communities in emerging markets.