Your advice can go a long way!
Do you want to see how?
Social enterprises are companies / projects driven by a social cause, putting social impact before profit – their goal is to create a sustainable business model, so they can bring more good to local (or global) community.
Emerging social entrepreneurs have great ideas and they never lack the passion – they really, really want to make things better. And, as start-ups – they also face a lot of challenges.
Limited resources, lack of contacts, know how or funds – we know this won’t stop them, but might slow them down a little…
No asking for money, no asking for volunteers – just your brain for an hour or so in return for beer and pizza. As an McKinsey associate once said: “I would rather be surrounded by smart people than have a huge budget.”– so we would like to invite you to an problem-solving session in aid of your local social enterprises.
Our idea is simple – show up, enjoy some beer & pizza, chat and get to know those who try to make a social impact in Limerick and surrounding areas. They will present what they are trying to do and share small, day-to-day challenges they are facing. Then, we will ‘brainstorm’ a little to see if we can work something out to help them…
All hands on deck
The problems will vary, so we need all hands on deck – whatever your skills, experience, hobbies or connections are – all are welcome to join us for that evening!
It will be fun couple of hours and trust us – one good piece of advice can make a HUGE difference to an emerging social enterprise!
And doesn’t it feel great to contribute to something meaningful? Be that hero! And who knows what else you will find there – an inspiration, useful contacts or new friends…
Tuesday, 5th December 2017
Bank of Ireland Workbench 125 O’Connell Street, Limerick
Event is free for everyone and places are limited, so we’re asking you to register.
BNest Ask & Advise Evening in organised in partnership with:
If you are involved in an organisation that is trying to make a difference in your locality – get in touch! We would love to hear from you – email@example.com