Sale Date Ended
Centre for Social Enterprise & Leadership
Social Enterprise in India: A Learning & Exchange Event
When and Where
Saturday, June 11
S.P. Jain Institute of Management & Research
Munshi Nagar, Dadabhai Road, Andheri West,
Mumbai – 400 058
Agenda (subject to change)
8am - Registration and coffee/tea.
9am - Opening group meeting.
10-11:45am – Conversation 1, The Present: Social Enterprise in India: Landscape, Technical Assistance and seToolbelt.
12-1pm - Lunch.
1-2 pm – Group Convening.
2-3:45 pm – Conversation 2, The Future: Social Enterprise Needs.
4pm – Final Group meeting, presentation of resource award.
5pm – Reception.
20,000 Rs for Your Resources!
Whether it’s a business plan template, an SROI model, an accounting procedure, or even the way your office is laid out, seToolbelt wants to know what you have created, out of necessity, to makes your social enterprise better.
Resource must specifically address challenges of having a social mission and market-based strategies. In other words, must be specifically targeted to social enterprise.
Can be any uploadable format: text, document, spreadsheet, audio, presentation, image, etc.
Must be creative commons license willing to share with public on seToolbelt (we will always give you credit and promote your organization wherever the resource is used)
Organization may submit as many resources as it pleases
Resources must be able to be understood by judges, but otherwise may be unpolished and informal, back of napkin style.
All submitted resources will be presented on the site, and we reserve the right to reject a resource based on seToolbelt resource guidelines.
Judges from the seToolbelt team will evaluate resources based on the following criteria:
Creativity and innovativeness
Potential usefulness to other organizations
How customizable it is
How grassroots and practical it is
Submit resources via email to firstname.lastname@example.org, with a short description addressing some or all of the following questions:
What inspired you to create the resource?
How do you use the tool internally?
What effect does the tool have on your organization?
How can others use the tool?