Join Flywheel Social Enterprise Hub for our “Expand Your Impact: Creating a Successful Business Model” on Wednesday, June 13th
Are you kicking around a new product/service idea that will have a great social impact, but you’re not sure how to create a sustainable model for it?
In this workshop, you’ll have the chance to try your idea on with different combinations of revenue models and impact models. By the end of the day, you’ll have a plan to operate your idea in a sustainable and effective way that will maximize the impact on the community you serve.
We’ll have experts joining us to make sure your idea’s model is as strong as can be. You’ll leave the day with a strong idea supported by a viable model, and a plan to start testing it right away!
This free workshop is for organizations and individuals who have a product or service idea to make a greater social impact, but are not quite sure how to make it sustainable.
Applications due June 1st. Successful applicants will be notified June 3rd.
Katie Kinnemeyer who will be leading this workshop is a strategist focused on helping teams up-level their business and their collective effectiveness and impact. She facilitates teams through problem-solving methodologies to address the challenges in accomplishing their strategic objectives. She designs the project experiences with a focus on improving team bonds and collaboration so they can be more nimble and responsive to the challenges they encounter, during the project and beyond.
Katie is the founder of White Paw Ventures and a Creative Problem Solving facilitator and trainer at the GYM at Procter & Gamble. Previously, she was a Partner at Rockdale Innovation, and a Strategic Director at Thriveplan.
Join us for an evening of connection and networking with other passionate individuals in social impact.
This event will provide purpose-driven professionals with an opportunity to meet other business leaders and employees with the same mission. Whether you are a social entrepreneur, small business owner, non-profit professional, employee working in the responsibility sector of a corporation, or whether you just want to connect with other people doing good in the Cincinnati area, this event offers the perfect occasion to expand your business, social or enterprise contacts. Be sure to bring plenty of business cards!
We will also have the pleasure of hearing from Kila Englebrook, the President and CEO of Social Enterprise Alliance national. Kila will be talking briefly about ‘SEA 101,’ as well as sharing some stories from different SEA chapters around the country that highlight the power of networks and community support.