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Social Enterprise Institute - Steps to Startup Online Courses

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The Social Enterprise Institute (SEI) is ‘The World’s School for Social Enterprise’. It is a digital learning platform that provides high quality, on-demand e-learning for global Social Entrepreneurs and Social Enterprises using video and easy-to-use, action-based tools and resources.

Enabled by funding from the Scottish Government, University of Edinburgh students and recent alumni are now able to access these 8 e-learning courses that will help you to plan, build, and launch a successful social enterprise.

Steps to Startup

The courses include a toolkit of resources to start and expand your Social Enterprise on the following topics:

  • Defining the Problem
  • Planning Your Social Impact
  • Building Support For Your Cause
  • Testing Your Ideas on a Small Scale
  • Finding Your Customers
  • Designing Your Business Model
  • Securing the Funding
  • Getting Ready for Take-Off For a short overview of the Steps to Startup programme click here: Steps to Startup Overview

Only take what you need, when you need it.

  • Pick your own courses
  • Learn at your own pace
  • Learn anywhere, at any time

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