Are you curious about social entrepreneurship or looking to integrate social impact into your new business?
Social entrepreneurship is the use of business-like approaches to create, fund and implement solutions to social and environmental issues. It combines the passion of a social mission with business-like development, strategies, and innovation.
WORKSHOP 2 – ESTABLISHMENT AND FUNDING
Choosing the right type of legal entity to register your business is perplexing. Should it be incorporation (Quebec vs Federal), a nonprofit or a charity? What’s the emerging notion of B-corp? And then how about blood in the veins funding? What are the eligibility criteria for funding? Which support organizations can help you? Get the answers to these questions and more in this workshop
Florence So | Lawyer, Software Engineer, AIDIA legal
Kurt Houghton | Director of Consulting and Financing Services in the Social Economy, PME
Kevin Dugal | Entrepreneurial Communities Manager, Futurpreneur
Pre-registration is required. Available as an online, live-streaming webinar.
Once you have registered, you will receive an email with instructions on how to log on a few hours before the workshop.
This low registration fee is only possible thanks to our generous funders and partners.
Other workshop in this series:
Launch and Grow: Go-To-Market and Growth Hacking Techniques: Tuesday, April 19 | 6:30 pm-8:30 pm