Events / SEWF 2022
SEWF22 Program day 2
Theme(s):Business development/training Climate Solutions Excellence & Failure Finance Indigenous Social Enterprise Policy & Systems Rural Youth
Day 2 Opening and fireside with India Miro Logan-Riley
SEWF22 day 2 kicks off with a focus on climate with a fireside with young Māori climate activist India Miro Logan-Riley.
Investing in social change: tackling the access gap
Global best practice in developing social enterprise networks
Winning contracts: a playbook for social enterprises
Social procurement: how far can we go?
Preventative approaches: social enterprises working in criminal justice systems
Rural social enterprise: approaches to start-up and growth
Doughnut Economics: going beyond GDP
Doughnut Economics is a powerful concept, gaining in traction and popularity as economies focus on sustainability and circularity. Following a screening of part of the previous day's fireside with Kate Raworth, join leaders of the Australian regeneration movement in further discussion.
A practical, interactive look under the hood at the investment readiness journey. This workshop will help you prepare for impact investment now or in the future. It will also help you determine whether impact investment is the right path for you. You will learn more about the impact investment landscape in Australia, as well as the types of impact capital and tips on how to approach investors.
Social procurement in action – celebrating success stories
Demonstrating impact: why, when and how to show the difference you are making
Whether your social entrepreneurship journey is beginning, or is well established, it is vital you demonstrate to those you support, as well as funders and investors, the positive difference your enterprise is making. In this workshop, we will talk through the importance of considering impact measurement early and share practical methods to align business and impact metrics to demonstrate success.
A sector lens on innovation in social finance
Great governance masterclass
Governing boards can make or break a social enterprise with power over its mission, strategy and spending. This workshop explores governance in the social enterprise sector – the how, why and what.
Verification and certification: why do they matter?
The social enterprise movement is fragmented across sectors, issues, regions and use of different language. This makes verification essential to increase business to business and business to consumer markets. Hear from some of the intermediaries involved in developing common standards and values to make this possible.
Systems mindsets and practice for social enterprise
Demystifying debt - how loans can help social enterprises grow
Fireside with Daniel Flynn (Thankyou) and SEWF22 Closing Ceremony and Handover
The final fireside of SEWF22 will feature one of Australia’s leading social entrepreneurs Daniel Flynn (Thankyou). Daniel will be followed by the Closing Ceremony and Handover, where the location of SEWF 2023 will be announced!
Regenerative tourism in rural communities: spotlight on social enterprises in Gippsland (Australia)
Workshop: Resilience and wellbeing - creativity in hard times
Join Creativity Lab, our SEWF Community Hub in Palestine, for an interactive session on building resilience and ensuring wellbeing through creativity.
Top ten tips for social entrepreneurs to navigate the fundraising landscape in 2022
Data-driven tailormade solutions: turning social entrepreneurs into true social economy catalysts
Recognition and opportunities for social enterprises
Workshop: Steps to start-up
This session will cover the ‘who, what, why, how, when, where and who for’ of starting a social enterprise, highlighting things to consider and work out before you take your first steps! And some simple tools to help you do that.
Social procurement has come far and fast to become a major opportunity for social enterprises as businesses and governments look to develop sustainable supply chains. What has driven this growth, which social enterprises can benefit, who will be left behind and how far can we go?