Hunter Social Enterprise Forum 2011

Career Links invites you to the Hunter Social Enterprise Forum featuring Simon McKeon, 2011 Australian of the Year and social entrepreneur. Be inspired by Simon’s story; observe how business and community go hand in hand and learn how social enterprise can benefit society.

Social enterprise is already making a difference all over Australia and around the world. A social enterprise is a business that exists for the benefit of the community and uses its profit for social good. They build a more just, sustainable world by applying market-based strategies to today’s social challenges.

The Hunter Social Enterprise Forum is an opportunity for leaders from business, government, community and education to come together with existing and aspiring social entrepreneurs to learn, share and collaborate.

Click here to download the official event invitation and agenda.

We hope that you will join us in taking this first step towards a thriving social enterprise movement in the Hunter.

Venue: Crowne Plaza Newcastle
Phone Enquiries: (02) 4953 7099
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Breakfast: Social Enterprise - Business and Community in Partnership
7:00am (for 7.15am start) to 8:45am

Workshop: Building a Social Enterprise Movement in the Hunter
9:00am to 11:00am (included in entry price)

Ticket Types:

SIngle Ticket:

Ticket cost includes entry to the Hunter Social Enterprise Forum 2011 including a hot plated breakfast and access to workshops. Multiple tickets can be purchased on behalf of guests. Please be aware that seating will not be allocated.

Corporate Table:

Treat your A-class clients and VIP customers to a breakfast with Simon McKeon. Purchase a corporate table at the Hunter Social Enterprise Forum 2011 and save $55 (incl. GST). Includes designated table for ten guests, a hot plated breakfast and access to workshops.

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