Workshop Replay: Social Impact Canvas – Presented at The Path to Sustainability – Nov 9,

Updated: Jul 25

I recently had the pleasure of presenting at Social Venture Circuit’s Social Enterprise Day conference. I was joined by over 40 practitioners and social enterprise explorers as we looked to understand how we can make more sustainable businesses, and create more impact together.

Here is a video replay of my workshop session on the Social Impact Canvas (aka Success Equation.)

You can continue the conversation by joining SocialEconomyConnect.com. Social Economy Connect is a free mutual support platform for practitioners, social entrepreneurs, co-op members and developers and third sector supporters to discuss issues and solutions with a focus on social outcomes in the economy.

Resources:

  1. Get the Social Impact Canvas for free by subscribing to the Strategy Made Simple newsletter below.

  2. Social Venture Circuit on Twitter

  3. SEI worksheet on the social impact canvas: https://socialenterpriseinstitute.co/social-impact-canvas/

  4. Jason Saul, The End of Fundraising: https://www.amazon.ca/End-Fundraising-Raise-Selling-Impact/dp/0470597070


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About the Author:

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Matthew Rempel is a social enterprise development coach, with a focus on marketing. He helps social enterprises focus in on the core values of their business, and present them in clear language for their customers and clients. He has connected and interviewed many social enterprise leaders in Canada and around the world. He is also a lifelong nerd, and will gladly use analogies from games and movies to explain complex topics.

 

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