Enterprise with Meaning in Brighton & Hove: A collaboration of local social and community entrepreneurs and supporters are exploring how we can create an inclusive place for Social & Community Enterprise (in all its forms) in the city during 2019. Read a summary and details of how to get involved here.
Not sure what The Good Business Club is all about?: Book onto one of our pop-up events we host every week across the city to get a taste of what we do and how we can help your business grow in 2019.
Beautiful, Inexpensive Office Share with other Social Enterprises: Join 4 other social enterprises in a shared office just off Western Road for just £85/month! Available from 14th February. Contact Jo Goddan, founder of RubyMoon, for more details.
Input into New Local Brand Support Offer: Brand identity designer (and TGBC member) Chloe Upton is on a mission to help ethical businesses in Brighton to access top quality branding advice and training to help them become more self sufficient. She is looking for Social Entrepreneurs at any stage to share their needs in order to help tailor her proposed solution, The Upwards Collective. Takes less than 5 minutes here.
Crowdfunding for Social Enterprises: The Good Business Club partners with other business support organisations across Sussex to make support for social enterprise more accessible. We are partnering with The Chamber of Commerce and Crowdfunder for an introductory workshop on crowdfunding 13th March.
Contribute Your Insight For PHD Research: Sharing experiences is one way to effectively grow the Social Enterprise sector. If you agree, take a few minutes out of your day-to-day to share your social enterprise experience for this PHD research (Brunel University London).
3 Ways to Begin Visually Communicating Your Business Idea: As the saying goes ‘a picture is worth a thousand words’. Visual communication allows us to instantly express ideas, personality and emotions, but where do you begin? TGBC member, Chloe Upton, shares some simple first steps to visually communicating your brand.
The Good Business Club members can access the full Snapshot here, which includes the following opportunities that you won't want to miss!
Make an Impact with Tech Take Back: [Find Out More]
Save DV8 Sussex From Possible Closure: [Find Out More]
The Support You Need to Ignite Your Ambition: [Find Out More]
How to Scale Your Social Enterprises Impact: [Find Out More].
Open Strings Music Moves to Community Base: [Find Out More]
Thrive! Celebrating Women in Tech: [Find Out More]
Develop Your Business Action Plan: [Find Out More]
How Can Technology Tackle Homelessness?: [Find Out More]
Follow TGBC Across Multiple Social Media Platforms: [Find Out More]
Growth Support Programme and Grant: [Find Out More]
Acumen Online Courses for Social Entrepreneurship: [Find Out More]
Local Social Enterprise Looking for Trustee: [Find Out More]
Growth Hub Escalator Programme: [Find Out More]
Local Homeless Photography Project Needs Equipment: [Find Out More]
Plastic Free Brighton and Hove Launch: [Find Out More]
Troubleshoot With The Rebellion: [Find Out More]
Social Enterprise Festival in London: [Find Out More]
Starting Point for Startup Social Enterprise: [Find Out More]
Making Time for Time Management: [Find Out More]
The Girls Network Looking For Mentors in Eastbourne: [Find Out More]
Get Your Social Enterprise Idea off the Ground: [Find Out More]
UnLtd Awards to 'Place-based' Social Entrepreneurs: [Find Out More]
Brighton Fringe Event Registrations: [Find Out More]
Deutsche Bank Looking for Creative Social Entrepreneurs: [Find Out More]