Every business matters
Business planning workshops for the voluntary sector
Get the tools and resources you need to move business planning forward.
More about the course
Every business matters is an interactive one day training and learning session designed to help local groups and organisations think differently about their activities, learn from business approaches and methods, plan and test new activity and develop their skills to take things forward.
What are recent participants saying about the course?
"I plan to start a new social enterprise cafe and this information was just what I needed, I will use to inform and develop my ideas"
"Really fantastic & useful training, thank you!"
"more confident now about going out and selling our products"
"great mix of exercises, debates, group discussion, content, handouts and feedback"
"I now feel confident and motivated in the ability to make a difference in my organisation"
"feel more confident in writing a good practical, specific, measurable and professional yet personalised plan"
"collected really useful tools and resources from today"
"This session certainly raised my awareness of business skills and how to relate them to our sector. I use this knowledge in my advice when a group is embarking on a big project or considering trading."
What will I learn?
The day will cover a range of topics including:
- Challenges to embedding more business like thinking
- Relevence of business planning in the voluntary sector
- Customers and products
- Branding and marketing
- Competition and pricing
- Business plan styles and uses
Bookings and further information
Every Business Matters has been delivered across the country, with consistently great feedback. Sessions run 10am-4pm for between 8 and 24 participants. To enquire about Every Business Matters coming to your area email email@example.com.
Free e-learning: Creating Successful Business Plans
Find out more about our free e learning programme “Creating Successful Business Plans” which is derived from our successful“Every Business Matters“ training.
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