Dundee to host event for Charities and Social Enterprises across Scotland

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Dundee to host event for Charities and Social Enterprises across Scotland

Social Good HQ, which supports charities and social enterprises to develop, grow and prosper, is to host its first live event in Dundee later this month.

Social Good HQ will invite industry leaders from Social Bite, Brewgooder and Mary’s Meals to share their experience and challenges of building a successful social enterprise. The half-day event will also include short talks from industry specialists with actionable plans for charitable organisations of all sizes.

Caroline McKenna, founder and event organiser, explains: “Social Good LIVE is going to be different from other events, it’s been designed to motivate, inspire and provide an opportunity for people from across the sector to connect and share experiences. Our headline speakers will share their stories of how they have overcome challenges, and industry professionals will offer practical advice on a number of issues including: data protection regulation, crowd-funding, improving your digital presence and engaging your team.

“The event will also recognise the people behind the organisations by ‘giving back to the people who give back’ with an organisation selected at random to receive a donation to look after their staff’s wellbeing. This will be an inspiring and motivational event, relevant to all sizes and types of charities and social enterprises.”

Camilla Das Gupta, Headline Speaker, Social Bite, added: “I am really looking forward to this event, its so great to have so many Charities and Social Enterprises together.”

This half-day event takes place on Friday 22 September at The Vista Room in the DC Thomson Building. For more information please visit: https://socialgoodhq.com/event/

By |2017-09-04T21:30:16+00:00September 4th, 2017|Business News, CSR, Dundee, National|Comments Off on Dundee to host event for Charities and Social Enterprises across Scotland

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