Do you work for a social enterprise, charity or climate impact company? Allia Future Business Centre is excited to deliver two upcoming events for social enterprises of Cambridge.
Allia Future Business centre offers free online events for Cambridge social enterprises
In the first event, we invite Martyn Sibley, Co-Founder of Disability Horizons to take you through how inclusivity, diversity and disability have been affected by the Covid-19 crisis. Hear about how big companies are taking these issues more seriously than ever before and discuss what new opportunities are out there for small businesses and social enterprises as we aim for a more inclusive world. Martin was part of Allia’s Future 20 programme which helped 20 of the best UK impact start-ups to grow and scale.
This event is to be held online this Thursday 25th February at 4pm.
In March you can join Emma Stevens from Cambridge Startup Help, who will be giving advice, tips and tricks to improve your marketing and messaging, whatever your organisation’s budget. Attend this free workshop and develop your marketing strategies, boosting your chances of getting found online and attracting your target audience. Emma supports climate and social impact companies with marketing advice and activities, and is a valued member of the Allia community.
Coming Friday 12th March at 11am, we look forward to seeing you online!
Tickets for our events are free, don’t miss out! These events are part of Allia’s work supporting social enterprise in Cambridge, partly funded by a Cambridge City Council community grant.
Allia is a not-for-profit organisation that supports businesses - through flexible workspace, social finance and free business support - so that they can grow and create positive impact, on their communities and on the planet.