Events / SEWF 2022
SEWF22 Program day 1
Theme(s):Business development/training Climate Solutions Excellence & Failure Finance Indigenous Social Enterprise Policy & Systems Rural Youth
Emerging tech and social enterprise: going beyond the jargon for social impact
Building capacity for social procurement: global perspectives on supplier development
Social enterprise strategies: global cooperation to learn and improve
Designing the right business model
Designing the right social enterprise business model to align with your vision, purpose and goals drives positive and sustainable impact. Join this interactive workshop to clarify your vision and find the right building blocks for your business model using the Lean Business Canvas as a framework.
A new business relationship - private sector and social enterprise partnerships
SED Talks (Social Enterprise Development Talks)
Philanthropic funding for social enterprise
Reflecting on excellence and failure using 'retrospective' plays and templates
How can you celebrate wins and turn failures into learning so that your team continues to grow? In this workshop, you will participate in a fun, interactive and challenging experience (reflecting real life), then reflect on what worked and what didn’t. You will leave the workshop with experience facilitating, templates for ‘better retros’ and tools to help your team learn together and from each other.
Debate: Social enterprise is too narrowly defined, it's all about impact, whatever the structure
Meditation and mindfulness
An opportunity to unwind, stretch and refresh before you head into the next session.
Amplifying your message: marketing your social enterprise on a budget
End of waste: the circular economy response
Turning waste into a resource; this session looks at the alchemy and innovation required by social enterprises working in the circular economy.
Municipal and rural government: creating supportive ecosystems
Whether it is cohort expertise or understanding of place, local government, rural development and specialist agencies are rising to the challenge of creating supportive environments that enable social enterprises to succeed.
Resilience and self-care for social enterprise practitioners
Social enterprise responses to migration and its impacts
A social enterprise perspective on scale - it's all about impact!
Creating impact through the power of story
Learn how to build a culture and practice of storytelling for your organisation or community to communicate and amplify your impact, and create a better future for the world. In this session you'll learn how to plan and create effective stories in different mediums and walk away with tools and resources to share with your team or community.
Fireside with Dylan Alcott, AO
SEWF22 closes day 1 at BCEC with a fireside with Dylan Alcott, Australian of the Year 2022. Dylan is one of the country’s most successful Paralympians and also one of Australia’s most recognised advocates for people with disability.
Fireside with Kate Raworth, founder of Doughnut Economics
Doughnut Economics is a powerful concept, gaining in traction and popularity as economies focus on sustainability and circularity. Kate and Peter will explore how Doughnut Economics came about, how it has spread and its current and future impact as part of a movement towards a global impact economy.