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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!

If you’re thinking of setting up a social enterprise, make sure you fully understand the legal requirements before you start. This seminar will prepare you with the knowledge you need through case studies that explore: 

  • What is a social enterprise, and how do we define it? 
  • Five key considerations when starting a social enterprise
  • How to choose the right legal structure for your social enterprise
  • Charity status and tax concessions - what do these mean for your social enterprise? 

“Extremely useful, amazing to find this organisation” (Recreation Sports and Aquatics Club, NSW)

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

Standard length 3 hours

Maximum number of participants: 30 (if you think your group will exceed 30 participants please contact us to discuss further)

Facilitator One of our lawyers with expertise in charity and not-for-profit law and experience in providing training to community groups 


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