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Starting a Social Enterprise

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Are you considering starting a social enterprise? get a handle on the legal requirements first!

 
Training overview

If you’re thinking of setting up a social enterprise, make sure you fully understand the legal requirements before you start. This seminar will provide you with an overview of social enterprises, how they operate and how to choose the best structure for you. You’ll also gain valuable knowledge on:

  • tax concessions
  • entering into contracts
  • protecting intellectual property rights
  • best practice for dealing with employees and/or volunteers

Suitable for People intending to set up a social enterprise or those new to running a social enterprise

Standard length 3 hours

Facilitator lawyer from NFP Law with expertise in charity and not-for-profit law and experience in providing training to community groups 

 

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