Rethinking Income Streams

Generate income in a rapidly changing trading environment through a period of rapid change through a blend of self-directed learning and facilitated zoom sessions. 

Location:

Online, Wales

Date(s):

23 September & 1 October

Time:

Various

Duration:

2 sessions

Contact:

Trish Thomas

Email:

trish.thomas@creatingenterprise.org.uk

Telephone:

01492 588980

Price:

Fully funded for all businesses in Conwy thanks to Conwy County Borough Council.

Business plans are being redesigned to reflect both the current reality and what might be the ‘new normal’ beyond the present time.

‘Business as usual’ is unlikely to be a viable option. All organisations must review approaches to sales and income generation, whilst being aware that how we operate in the current time will be remembered.

 

Speechmarks Raspberry

It was very relatable to my work and was delivered in a way that inspired you and motivated you”

Previous Learner

 

Who is it for? 

This programme has been designed for leaders of social impact organisations, whether their income is based on trading, donations, sponsorship or grants.

 

Programme Details

Session 1: 23rd Sept 1pm – 4pm

Session 2: 1st October 10am – 12pm

 

Register Interest

Timing

There are two live facilitated sessions, and approximately 6 hours of guided learning which you will do in your own time alongside. Please make sure you can attend all sessions, and do the supplementary activities.

 

What you will get from the programme:

  • Review your current enterprise model in the light of new trading realities

  • Evaluate your assets  and their fit with the needs of customers and beneficiaries

  • Explore the concept of an Enterprising Mindset

  • Identify different sources of finance for growth

  • Examine different Growth Tools and how they might be applied to your evolving business model

  • Explore partnership working as a route to increasing social impact and income generation

 

Programme Facilitators

The facilitators of this programme are Rosie Sweetman and Mark Richardson.