3 steps to clarifying your social enterprise's offer

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Protagoniste

In this working session, you'll get crystal clear about the problem you're solving and for whom you're creating value.

About this event

Protagoniste Working Session: 3 steps to clarifying your social enterprise's offer

A business model is usually understood as having 3 components:

  1. How you create value (your products and services),

  2. How you deliver value (the channels and partnerships that get your product, service or platform to your customer of beneficiary) and

  3. How you capture value from delivering your product/service/platform to your customer or beneficiary

In this session, we will focus on how each of our ventures creates value and for whom this value is indispensable!

What this session will give you:

  1. How to get past your own assumptions about what your customers want

  2. How to craft the perfect offer that will turn traffic into leads and leads into customers or beneficiaries.

  3. How to avoid the biggest mistakes social entrepreneurs make when trying to understand the value they create

SPACE IS LIMITED TO 10 PEOPLE SO WE CAN WORK!

Date and time: 

23rd of June 2021

08:00 AM PST

11:00 AM EST

5:00 PM CET

Important notes:

  • Protagoniste working sessions are highly interactive. Please be ready to participate. 

  • To get the most out of it, please come with a business idea or initiative idea you’re pursuing. 

  • We will be using Zoom and worksheets

About the facilitator:

Isabelle Swiderski, Founder, Seven25 & Protagoniste

Head of SEIP Canada

As a serial impact entrepreneur, Isabelle founded her design-for-impact agency Seven25 in 2007 to accelerate the success of values-driven organizations—whether they operate for profit or not—and to foster the emergence of a new, more equitable economy.

An award-winning designer marrying an MBA and an MA in Design, Isabelle has facilitated systems change work supporting startups, governments, foundations and ecosystem builders in over 15 countries on 4 continents in 3 languages.

A sessional lecturer at Emily Carr University for over a decade, Isabelle is regularly invited to speak and teach on topics of design-led innovation, customer discovery and impact entrepreneurship. In 2019, she founded Protagoniste, the learning network for social entrepreneurs who want to solve problems like designers.

 

Presented by Protagoniste, in partnership with Seven25 and SEIP Canada