Missional Entrepreneurship is a residential week. Book a place.
7-11 November 2011, Pickwell Manor Devon
Want to start your own missional enterprise or project?
This week will tackle issues faced in starting up mission projects and social enterprise:
How will you get started?
How will it be sustained?
Who is going to be involved?
How will you build a team?
How will you measure the impact?
In addition we will look at social enterprise and what it’s relevance is today, its history and what unique opportunities it provides.
During the week you will be hands on working on a missional enterprise to tackle a social issue, engage community and do it in a financially sustainable way.
This Module is available as part of the CMS Pioneer Training Course or as a one off module
The week will be led by Shannon Hopkins, founder of Sweet Notions and Matryoshka Haus social enterprises, and business entrepreneur Steve Baker (one of whose business endeavours is Pickwell Manor where we will be hosted).
Cost – only £250 including food and accomodation.
Dates – 7-11 November, 2011
Location – Pickwell Manor, Devon
To book – e-mail Helen at firstname.lastname@example.org
There’s been a buzz about this module from the word go – I personally can’t wait. There are 20 places available in total for the week so if you are interested get in contact soon to book a place so you don’t miss out.
6 thoughts on “Missional Entrepreneurship 7-11 November”
VERY excited. Wish i could come. Both Steve and Shannon are friends of mine and both have a lot to offer in the way of practical entreprenerial skills for Kingdom work – highly recommended!!!!!!!!
Nice to see, thanks for tweeting this Andrew… I look forward to pondering through and potentially connecting.
A social issue (also called a social ill or a social problem) is an issue that relates to society’s perception of people’s personal lives. Different societies have different perceptions and what may be normal behaviour in one society may be a significant social issue in another society. Social issues are distinguished from economic issues.
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